This bomb shelter which is situated under the institute of corrosion somewhere in the Moscow Region has been exposed to water and dampness for a long time which made this place especially interesting.
There were times when the bomb shelter was drowned up to the ceiling but most of the time the water level does not exceed one meter. In winter, it gets dry which makes it possible to explore it.
This is the shelter’s floor plan.
Its doors are eaten away with rust…
There are a bunch of bullet holes at one of the walls of the shelter.
In the restroom.
Was this restroom someone’s office?
Gas mask filters.
Its doors were opened long ago.
No shelter can do without a filter and ventilation installation.
Its diesel power station has been disassembled.
An exit into the building.
Most of the spece is heaped up with some junk.
In the shelter, you can find household appliances which have never been used before. This is a floor polisher.
This room looks like a former classroom.
More gas masks.
Documents which were kept here did not survive water and dampness.
In the communications room.
There is a pile of rotten wooden boxes in one of the restrooms.
They contain some weird green sacks.
A siren device to warn people about possible danger.
Gas mask remains.
A work shop for those in the shelter not to waste their time doing nothing.
It is water which hanged that chair on the pipe.
Let’s go into the basement.
It’s full of pipes, shelves and wires.
A fire-control unit.
An extractor fan and a satellite plate.
A fragment of the satellite plate.
Location: The Moscow Region