This big factory shelter has an unusual layout, numerous hermetic doors which are not so typical for shelters of such type. It belonged to a defense plant founded in 1968 as "Rostov telephone factory". Under cover of telephone communications production the factory
assembled internal components of long-range missiles (various chips and others). After the collapse of the USSR the factory began to undergo serious losses. Inside the post: some images of the factory itself and of its bomb shelter, of course.
After the collapse of Nazi Germany Soviet army and engineers obtained many different samples of captured military and special equipment. One of them was a midget submarine Seehund which was especially interesting for the
USSR, the country that had only had "underwater infantry" - soldiers dressed in immersion suits and walking over a seabed. When the war was over such special forces were disbanded for being useless.