Urban explorers found an abandoned bunker

Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites are covered in decaying military technology that causes the world to move back in time.

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Thank you for exploring our abandoned nuclear bunker! When we decided to sell our space, we packed everything and turned off the power in the hope it would be a turning point and bring in serious and dedicated explorers and tourist. Unsurprisingly, we’ve received none to date. Completely abandoned and dark, we leave it be.

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Thank you for booking your Urbex adventure! You can expect excellent adventure with what will be an unforgettable experience. Please follow the instructions in the email about the date, the equipment you’ll need, and your contact information. If you have any further questions, just let us know! Remember to have an amazing time exploring the cold war bunker.

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This is a private underground nuclear bunker. As the Cold War finished, the U.S. feared Russia would use this property as a launching pad for a nuclear attack. We’ll send you a recording of the tour and after the tour, we’ll send you a link and instructions for how to enter the bunker and explore it to your hearts delight.

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The entrance to the bunker is located twenty feet below what used to be a residential property. If you see any safety equipment inside the fence, please do not enter. Urban exploration is not recommended.

@Springfield, as a military specialist myself, I’m glad to see you’ve been inspired by my trip. In case you need a reference point, the bunker is located deep underground and is well-protected from the radiation. You can find a map hidden somewhere in your office.

Thank you for your interest in on urban explorations on the abandoned nuclear bunker. We’ll be in touch with more information soon. Have a great day!

We’ll be meeting in front of the entrance of Fontenelle Forest Tuesday, October 23rd at 2pm. Make sure to bring your walking shoes and, if possible, climbing gear. We’ll make sure to coordinate and gat you set up and ready to explore the bunker.

We hope you enjoy your War time adventure discovering more than 5 abandoned bunkers that you’ll find during your trip. We’re having a little fun with our logo as well!

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Sorry to hear that, but our site has an exhaustive list of rad military bunkers (and that’s saying something!). For example, check out this list of abandoned bunkers to explore.

Here is a quick preview from photographer Danita Delimont of her upcoming book. It’s a photo tour of abandoned Cold War bunker sites that will be available soon on Amazon. In the meantime, purchase a copy of Danita’s other book, “Rivers of Landscape,” on McSweeney’s website.

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Thank you for choosing our abandoned Soviet Cold War bunker! As soon as you confirm your booking, our team goes to work putting your bunker back together. There’s plenty of extra gear for you, like blankets, tables, and bunk beds, so that you can enjoy your trip. We hope you have safe travels and to welcome you soon.

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Hi! You’ve been invited to explore urban exploration inside a recently discovered abandoned Cold War nuclear bunker near Ramenkotla, Russia. There is a lot of exploration equipment inside the bunker including a not-so-traditional room called “the head.” Inside is a limited government stockpile of limited food and supplies. Does anyone need a lift to Ramenkotla, Russia?

A truly amazing experience awaits you with Urban Explorers! We can hardly believe you’re just waiting for us to open the door to this abandoned World War II bunker. We will be looking for you on the west side of the building near the entrance during our meeting time.

So glad you’re interested in one of our fully stocked abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker tours. If you need further questions, contact us at the email in the signature, or hit reply to this email.

This is an early confirmation of your request to participate in an urban exploration of a Cold War-era US Naval Bunker. Your confirmation email serves as your yellow pass for this exploration. Please ask any remaining questions at the end of your yellow pass. Thank you for signing up.

Thank you for visiting the abandonded cold war nuclear bunker. We hope you enjoy your visit of the fully restored bunker. If you have any questions or concerns about being alone with the Cold War relics, please contact us at the email in the signature, or hit reply to this email.

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The site contains maps and self-guided tours of military and industrial sites from World War II. You should explore more than bunkers and explore military and industrial World War II history.

Thanks for reaching out!. Let’s explore more than bunkers when we explore history.

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We apologize for any confusion about our website. Our website’s content covers only bunkers and abandoned places.

Thank you for your order. Nuclear Bunkers was last updated on June 20th. We’re preparing the paperwork to send to you tomorrow. To see our contact information, view our website or click contact us.

Your registration for the event is closed. This email has been sent as a communication that your registration for the Urban Explorers Discover Abandoned World War II Bunker has been successfully completed. Thank you for participating in our event series.

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We don’t see the location of the bunker anywhere on this website so we send you an email confirming your interest. We hope we can work with you!

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