The object we are going to visit is one of the stations of the digital troposcatter communication system "BARS" built in the end of the 1980s. Once it connected the main command centers at the European theatre of military actions. A typical station had 1-4 antenna towrs of different heights. Each tower was connected to a similar construction some hundreds kilometers away with a
connection line. Next to the towers was a two-layer bunker for communication equipment and a fortified shelter-garage for cars with antennas that had to replace the antennas of the tower after the collapse as a result of knock wave impact. Most of the stations are fully destroyed, some of them turned into museums, others were never put into service...
A stud farm "Irmen" is situated in a village Verkh-Irmen of the Novosibirsk Region. The main business line of the farm is production and processing of grain, milk and meat. In the commercial output structure milk
takes 50%, meat - 16% and grain - 16%. "Irmen" occupies the third place in Russia and the 1st place in the Novosibirsk region in the top list of the most efficient enterprises producing milk.
In fact condition of a shelter usually depends on its type and purpose. Thus, shelters for officials are almost always in an excellent condition, the same is about the shelters under state institutions, worse are those under acting science objects and even more worse - under large hospitals.
Shelters under factories are usually in the same condition as the factories themselves. However district shelters either look terrible or adopted for other purposes. But what about the crowded places? Let's look at the example of one international airport in Moscow.