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Urban Exploration Cold War Bunker

The Urbex | Fully stocked abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker.
Atlantikwall Regelbau M184 - Bunker With Emplacement for Battlecruiser Turret from Gneisenau


The seller just told me this object is a “WWII bunker.” I do not know exactly what the status is. Please contact the seller for more information.

Ms Velda says :
Thanks for signing up for our email updates to see a photographic tour of abandoned Cold War bunkers. We’d love a follow-up email to help us know what you think of our set of photos to better improve future emails.

Your fully stocked Soviet bunker is now on the site. We recommend contacting the site owner and if it is still for sale, purchase and outbid others!

Thank you for your interest in our Urbex full-stock Soviet Nuclear Bunker! We will send you a short introductory email to walk you through the process of signing up. Know that you’ll need to meet all of the following requirements:

Thanks for the great article on the post-war bunkers of Europe. You can find it here.

Congratulations, you’re the owner of an abandoned cold war nuclear bunker! Your property includes an empty cafeteria, plenty of ammunition, and 4 underground nuke bunkers. I hope you’re prepared for some urban exploration! Please insert your email address below to claim your property.

Nvgjsen says :
We’re all adventurers here, so it’s no big deal that you want to explore an old, abandoned Cold War nuclear bunker. Sleep tight, world!

I’m pleased to let you know that the location near the abandoned Cold War Bunker in Uzhgorod, has been confirmed by our team. You can expect to find what remains of this bunker to be in relatively good shape, though some areas look slightly abandoned. Just so you know, the bunker is completely drained of water, so some areas could feel damp.

We’re sorry to see your visit end. Please remember to see the national WW2 sites of Cold War nuclear bunkers which include Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and Pearl Harbor. There is a map on our website of these sites which you’ll find at

This email is for website visitors who want to explore abandoned Cold War and even WW2 places: Nuclear bunkers, hidden tanks and military warehouses. The site will be updated daily with over 20,000 pages of content in total.

Mkhhokn says :
Hi! In case you missed our last email, our last book, World War II Abandoned Places explores more than bunkers. Check out our last draft here:

This email confirms that your purchase of a bunker has been processed and is now delivered. The bunker is now installed and ready for use.

Thank you for your order. We will provide a space for a military bunker, please expect a confirmation email from us once it is ready. We look forward to serving you!

Sxdtdr says :
Thanks for your interest in these Abandoned Cold War & WW2 Places: Nuclear Bunkers. We hope you find it interesting to know that we’ve sent you a free US Letter.

Thank you for visiting our Cold War & WWII Places section. We would love for you to continue exploring all the different bunkers that exist around the world. Keep an eye out for updates soon.

I’m so excited to show you what we have to offer! Your Photo Tour of Cold War Bunker Sites has been successfully booked. Please look for your order details and your photos in the next day or so.

Thank you! We hope you had a great time with your friends exploring the abandoned Soviet bunker. Let us know if you need anything else, we’ll do our best to get it done.

Hi, your previous bunker has been successfully removed. You are no longer being tracked with the tracker.

Thank you for purchasing your copy of A Photographic Tour of Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites. Please note that the book is only available digitally at this time. To view the book, please open the attached file, which contains instructional step-by-step photos on ordering the book.

Thank you for thinking a bunker a military base is a bunker! Your order has been confirmed. We’re going to ship your item right to your doorstep.

Thank you for your interest in the abandoned Cold War & WW2 Places: Nuclear Bunkers. We have been confiscating these places for this week to help locals prepare for the nuclear blast. Stay safe!

Thank you for booking my photography tour of abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites. You can expect it to take approximately 3 hours with me to take pictures of the various bunkers. I will also walk you through the most interesting features of each bunker.

We are sorry to inform you that this Cold War & WW2 Places: Nuclear Bunkers category is no longer available. We are unable to help you further.

For your security, we require a photo and video of the location of this abandoned Cold War Soviet nuclear bunker, located near the border of Russia and the Ukraine.

We have received your request to send you more information about the Cold War & WW2 Nuclear Bunker. We are still in the process of getting more information for you. So please check back soon.

Thank you for your order on Urbex. We look forward to sharing a story you might never forget on the inside of the bunker!

You’re right, we’re still exploring the bunkers. We’re preparing for a tour near you, and we’re excited to share this experience with you. We’ll send you a note after your tour.

Thank you for your order on Photo Tours of Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites. We will be in touch soon to update you on shipping and delivery.

Your reservation request at the Fully stocked abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker has been confirmed. We look forward to having you join us for this amazing excursion!

Today’s email confirms your order for the A Photographic Tour of Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites brochure. We hope you love the photos, and it’s more than welcome to tell us what you think at the email in the signature below.

Thank you for your interest in visiting our bunker! There is no such thing as too much preparation, and we made sure to stock the bunker with everything you need for that once in a lifetime trip. The bunker is located in Zaporozhya in western Ukraine, and the entrance to the bunker is well hidden and protected from the public. Make sure to tell your friends and family and organize a group

Thanks for visiting the nuclear bunkers in the Cold War & WW2 Places tour. Your submission has been recorded, but has not been verified for safety clearance. If you have questions about safety, please contact us via the email in the signature or click “reply to this email.”

Thanks again for your interest in the abandoned Cold war nuclear bunker I’m sharing. We’ll have to chat soon 😁. Let me know if you have any other questions or if this meeting works for you anytime. I’ll be at ________

Thank you for visiting Haunting Images of Abandoned WWII bunkers. Please allow 24 hours for us to save your collection to your account.

Hi, your booking for World War II Abandoned Places has been confirmed. We hope you’re going to be a part of an amazing journey exploring bunkers, please contact us again if you have any questions or concerns. We will get you a gift certificate for a future event or explore a different itinerary.

Success! Your order on photo tour of abandoned Cold War bunker sites has been confirmed. We’ll be in touch soon to finalize payment, logistics, and delivery date.

If you’re the one that’s haunted by the sights of the abandoned WWII bunkers, take comfort in knowing that you can now view any of these images on your mobile device or desktop computer. Scroll to the bottom of the email to find links to our book website.

Thank you for your order of photos from the Abandoned WWII bunkers. We’ll send you a notification of the shipment once it ships out.

Your Nuclear Bunker booking is confirmed.

It’s exciting to get a Datebook sent to you. Thank you for requesting your Military places particularly underground bunker were a common thing during WW2 for secrecy as well as for protection, and we’re happy to take care of you. We expect wonderful and respected safety and preservation for your items once received and we’re glad you’re our customer!

Thank you for choosing our bunker. It is our pleasure to have you this week this is a once in a lifetime opportunity come and enjoy it or invest for a future.

Nowadays, mixed with global warming and other factors, underground bunkers are used more commonly not only for secrecy but also for protection.

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