A two-storey bunker is hidden in the forest not far from a big military aerodrome. It was built in 1970s. After the bomber aviation had been de-escalated from Belarus, the bunker has been used as a communication center of air forces until 2003. Now it is completely abandoned.
The bunker is situated in the forest. Its entrance gets filled up from time to time but locals are more persistent.
A long tiled passage leads to the main part of the bunker.
There had been a sealed gate here but somebody stole it.
The upper floor of the bunker is on the same level with the ground surface. It consists of multiple passages and empty rooms.
There are technical signs on the walls.
The remains of the electrical equipment.
Ventilation system remains.
Some rooms were painted in weird colors.
The name of the bunker is tiled in there.
Almost nothing is left.
Two staircases lead to the lower floor.
Between the two floors there is empty space which is the size of the whole floor.
These are the passages of the lower level.
One can find a lot of ventilation system remains and other equipment. However, the most interesting things have already been stolen.
Multiple pipelines of the bunker have remained.
These are the remains of the ventilation installation.
One of the rooms was allotted for electrical control units.
The two halls were the heart of the bunker. There they installed a powerful communication system.
Right now these spacious halls are absolutely empty.
The diesel-generator set room is one of the most interesting ones. The bodies of two units have remained.
A giant stator.
They kept fuel next to it. The bunker was able to work independently for two weeks.