A Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

After the World War 2, during the period of  Cold War,  thousands of shelters were built in different regions of the USSR. Now some of them abandoned, and some are repairing and well secured. One of the abandoned big shelters in the region of Kaliningrad, that can accommodate more than 1000 people in time region is on the pics below.

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

There are three entrances like this. All of them have two sealed doors.

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

The doors are wide because they were designed for large amount of people.

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A gas mask.

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

The calendar is on 2008

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

This signs should be switched on according the situation outside. “Yellow – gas alert; red – radiation hazard; white- all-clear and below – close the doors”

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

These helmets are of a strange form.

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

Toilets.

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A pump node.

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

This signs should say to people what they can get and where to go.

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

Shelves with gumboots.

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

Posters about civil defense.

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

The ventilation system was very powerful.

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

What is prohibited.

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

Medical kits.

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A main ventilation unit. A lot of filters.

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

Scheme of the ventilation system

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

The arrow indicates the position of the throttle in the water tube.

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A diesel power station.

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

An oil lamp

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

Fuel tanks.

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

Cards of accounting doses of radiation.

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

The dispatcher’s room.

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

“Ishim-003” – all wave radio.

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

The rules.

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

On this shelves people could sleep.

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

The exit.

A  Shelter to Accomodate More than Thousand People

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