At one time we’ve already written about Balaclava, and here is another photo report from the underground museum – former secret submarine base.
The entrance. The inscription calls for keeping military and state secrets.
A long tunnel with thick heavy doors and hermetic seals. It seems that the shelter can protect against flood and even against a nuclear blow.
A lockout mechanism is behind the wall. Each door is loсked and opened by it’s own mechanism.
A long and creepy cavate corridor.
A sea mine.
All the corridors are lit with old lamps.
Here are repairing docks.
One canal can hold 9 submarines.
A submarine torpedo.
Here missiles for antisubmarine warfare ships can be found. This one is still factory-packaged.
Another corridor with communication lines on the ceiling.
Another hermetical door…
One of the museum expositions.
Location: Balaclava, Sevastopol, Ukraine