We’ve seen a lot of different shelters, and it seems hard to surprise us. But this one definitely stands out. And it becomes clear already at the entrace.
This is how the entrance / exit look like. We can enter through a thick iron door of the arched shape to see the space of a weird configuration. Inside is a dead-end aisle that blasts blow-off.
The building consists of three “tubes”. The central tube has toilets inside, bathroom and three small switching rooms. The side tubes are used for storage, also have two filtration and ventilation machines and some other rooms.
Some room with old diagrams
Room to the right from the central tube.
Near the accumulator room
Air vent at the accumulator room
The room is empty
Room of operators
Room with a window
Safety devices under the ceiling
The pole like firemen have. Made of wood, by the way.
Seems that Stalin himself can stand nearby!
Oxygen cylinders and the heater
The room near the filtration unit
Second room of the filtration system
Part of the central corridor
Between the low filtration unit and the exit
Deadlock of the central corridor
Deadlock of the upper corridor
Deadlock of the low corridor
It was nice excursion though we don’t wish to stay here longer! Who knows what can happen if the electricity suddenly turns off?
If such a structure could be restored and reasonably used what a nice place it could be!