In the begin of the 50s and 60s the fear of a nuclear war was increasing heavily. The direct consequences of this fear was the construction to protect people from this. This was done with nuclear fallout shelters under some major cities everywhere in Europe and the United States. A...
This small bunker was built as a small medical outpost for a airfield. Why it was built as an bunker was probably handy for when the airfield was bombed. After the treat of the cold war went away, this place was closed for good.
Nowadays this small bunker is surprisingly well...
I discovered this place in late 2016, but since I live very far I've never been able to explore it... Until a few months ago.
This is a former NATO command center, the plan was to use it in order to control NATO ops in the region in case of nuclear/chemical/biological attack. It has 2 floors...
A couple of days ago I went up into a local forest to search for a tiny old school.
There are no location details online so it kind of was like looking for a needle in a haystack so finding something was better than nothing at all ;)
No, the music isn't from Psycho :)
After visiting the site last year, and only making it half way down the 'stairs of death', and all the other entrances completely sealed, we decided to head back and give it another shot..
This time the stairs were even more dangerous, and were completely missing a huge section of steps, that...
Another local one that I've been wanting to do for ages, but never got round to it until now.
It's filled full of asbestos, so I made sure to bring my good PP3 mask, but even that wasn't enough probably.
During World War 2, the Southern Railway took over the Deepdene Hotel near...
The fortress with a lot of murals in its bunkers is part of the second fortified belt of forts of Metz and had its baptism of fire in late 1944, when the Battle of Metz occurred. The Fortification was part of a wider program of fortifications called "Moselstellung", encompassing fortresses...
Certain parts of longbridge that were left look amazing from previous reports, before my time unfortunaltely but i was still determined to check out every nook and cranny around the area just in case we had missed something! Ive been up the area a handful of times over the last year and despite...
Malabar Battery, also known as Boora Point Battery, was constructed at Malabar Head in 1943, during WWII. The battery comprised part of the coastal defence positioned at Bare Island Fort, Henry Battery and Banks Battery; it was built as an aggregate to reinforce the existing...
Bawdsey was an RAF station situated on the eastern coast in Suffolk, England. Also known as Bawdsey Research Station (BRS), the first Chain Home radar station was built there, characterized by eight tall masts, four for transmitting and four for receiving. When the research group moved to Dundee...
Hitler's Bunker - Wolfsschlucht II 2014
Place visited in 2014, a kind of abandoned fake village where every house is a bunker, kind of Bunkerland.
Planed to diserve the invasion of Britain ( that did not happen ), this site has been used only once by the mustache guy to order the destruction...
A very big and very nice abandoned Bunker in the UK!
Operator Bunker 01 by Miaro Digital, auf Flickr
Operator Bunker 02 by Miaro Digital, auf Flickr
Operator Bunker 03 by Miaro Digital, auf Flickr
Operator Bunker 04 by Miaro Digital, auf Flickr
1ster Mai Bunker 01 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr
1ster Mai Bunker 02 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr
1ster Mai Bunker 03 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr
1ster Mai Bunker 04 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr
1ster Mai Bunker 05 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr
1ster Mai Bunker 06...
It was a fantastic time travel at the last weekend... found a abandoned Bunker from the first World war since 1915!
The Titel is original of a spell on a wall (Pic. 2 & 3)
BlÃ¼he deutsches Vaterland by MiaroDigital, on Flickr
Gott strafe England 1 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr...
This bunker was built in 1934. It consists of three combat blocks, each linked by an underground gallery system containing barracks spaces, ammunition storage and utility services. The galleries are excavated at an average depth of up to 30 metres (98 ft). In 1940 it was attacked by German...
This shooting range was erected in 1817 and 1870/71 extended by french prisoners of war.
In 1930 it was taken by the Prussian federal police.
From 1945 to 1958 the area was used as ammo-storage by the french occupying force.
1958 followed the partial demolition for the...
MÃƒÂ¼ckenBunker 01 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr
MÃƒÂ¼ckenBunker 02 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr
MÃƒÂ¼ckenBunker 03 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr
MÃƒÂ¼ckenBunker 04 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr
MÃƒÂ¼ckenBunker 05 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr
MÃƒÂ¼ckenBunker 06 by...