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  1. ForgottenBuildings

    Germany Wet Feet Nuclear Fallout Shelter - June. 2020

    History: 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...
  2. Paradox

    Great Britain Wigan/Mesnes Park Air Raid Shelter - Wigan - June 2019

    The Great Wiganese Derp Hunt I'm on a roll, I've been out derp hunting again with Jaynelouise and Bigjobs. This time we decided we were going local and we're hitting up the super derps in Wigan ;) I know, I know EVERYWHERE in Wigan has been done many many times because let's be fair there...
  3. Tomvandutch

    Germany The shelter hospital (Jan 2019)

    During the Cold War, this bunker was built as an auxiliary hospital. The overlying school was opened in the 60s while the hospital was officially inaugurated in the 80s. It offered 2,370 places and never went into operation. At the turn of the millennium, it was relieved of its...
  4. The Urban Tourist

    Private air raid shelter, August 2018

    Imagine that you are preparing yourself for an exploration for like a month and you are dreaming about it for like a year. Then the day finally arrives and EVERYTHING that could stop us happen at the same time. Not only this was a rainy day, but this was the infamous day that a bridge in Italy...
  5. SouthCoastUrbex

    WW2 Shelter - Coulsdon - June 2018

    Hi all, We went and visited a WW2 Shelter last night on the outskirts of London. The place was absolutely incredible and even had left behind remnants. We found it that it had been unsealed again so we decided to set off straight away as we did not want to miss this chance. I hope you enjoy the...
  6. WildBoyz

    AEI Air Raid Shelter, Northfleet - December 2017

    History W. T. Henley was a cable/wire company that was founded in a small London-based workshop in 1837. William Thomas Henley is famous for having converted his old lathe into a wiring covering machine which was used to cover wire with silk and cotton as this was in high demand at the time...
  7. urbexdevil

    The Grove Air Raid Shelter - December 2017

    After a long drive stuck on the glorious M25 for hours on end, the Grove air raid shelters were nearby so took my chance for a quick solo mooch. I have to be honest, these have been on my list for quite some time but wondering around the tunnels the place became somewhat repetitive so I did not...
  8. The Elusive

    Air Raid shelter

    Lovely trip to see this place; I think its been a while since it was photographed.  Sometimes you often find yourselves questioning why we do the things we do… today was no exception. Migraines, hidden holes, rubble every where and bad air! not to mention the occasional squeeze Still had to...
  9. Gromr123

    Coulsdon Deep Shelter - Feb 2016

    Hi all, I'm new to Oblivion State, but I've been doing Urban Exploring for about 18 months now. Here is my latest explore from late last night.  Coulsdon Deep Shelter This was the site of my first proper Urban Explore about 18 months ago. I remember scrabbling through the woods one October...
  10. J

    The Grove Air Raid Shelter - Hertfordshire - Nov 2014

    Dear All, This is my first post on Oblivisionstate even though I have been a member on the Fb page for a while, I thought it was about time I uploaded my photographs on here! You will see that alot of my uploads will be in black and white as this is my preferred medium, with some editing. I...
  11. Tinnitus Doll

    Chelyabinsk shelter, Sept 2015.

    Hi! This is one of our air raid shelters, it's situated under the city center and has modern filling in it. That's all, have nice trips! :P
  12. AlanMowbs82

    ST Martins deep level shelter.

    Morning everyone, managed to finally see this place after waiting for a long time, it was the final deep shelter around the dover area that i hadnt seen so i was pretty happy, nice shelter but stinks of wee wee up the top part and it has been really burnt out at some point but there is still...
  13. silverainbow

    South Foreland Deep Level Shelter 1, St. Margarets, Nr Dover, Kent, May 2014

    This was the one and only Deep Shelter at St Margaret's that I hadn't done, Mainly as in previous years I hadn't found it, I got a text from Space Invader saying he was at a loose end and did I fancy going and doing some thing local, I thought yeah why not so off we went and found ourselves...
  14. AlanMowbs82

    COULSDON DEEP SHELTER - april 2014.

    everyones probably seen these many times before but i Popped in here yesterday on the way back from visiting deepdene deep shelter but there's already a new report on that so thought id post up a few pics from my 2nd explore. had been down here before but the mrs wanted too see it so went for a...
  15. AlanMowbs82

    South Foreland 1 deep shelter - April 2014.

    This is the first of two deep shelters that were built at south foreland. This particular shelter was excavated in 1941 by 172 Tunnelling Coy and No.1 Section, 171 Tunnelling Coy. R.E. to provide accommodation and shelter to the gun crews at the Battery site. Really liked it down this one,been...
  16. lanky8804

    Langdon Hole Deep Shelter - April 2014

    My second underground explore after visiting Z-Rocket earlier that morning. Very steep entrance with not much to hang onto but has some good pieces still in it. Some history: This deep shelter sunk into the chalk above Langdon Bay just to the east of Dover had two entrances about a hundred...
  17. lanky8804

    St Margarets Deep Shelter - Z Rocket - April 2014

    This was my first underground explore and loved every minute of it. A big thank you to AlanMowbs82 for some help with the entrance :D Some stolen history: The Site is located under the 5.5 gun battery constructed during world war 2, this battery no longer remains having been demolished in the...
  18. AlanMowbs82

    St Margarets deep shelter - Z rocket - march 2014.

    Afternoon everyone we had a long day exploring yesterday and visited 4 places so im acheing like crazy today, anyway in between explores i popped back down into the z rocket for another look, still like it down their although its a small explore but nice all the same :-). the crazy pidgeons are...
  19. Nelly

    My Nan's Air Raid Shelter - 2014

    Ventured out with Skeleton Key, Lara and Laird Tam We had got a tip off abut a shaft under Harlow but we didn't have a clue what it was, it had us stumped for a couple of weeks and I even emailed Subbrit I knew I should have just asked my Nan!!! Not only did my wise old Nan know about it...
  20. Robert Dupon

    Mountwise Deep Shelter, Plymouth Jan 2013 (Jul 2009)

    This is the former private home of the Lieutenant Governor of the Plymouth Garrison, built in 1793. Winston Churchill stayed there. He visited Plymouth in 1941, to see at first hand the effects of the Luftwaffe’s bombing campaign on the city. King George IV also stayed there, but its...

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