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Explore this old Cold War bunker

Explore abandoned places, urban exploration, and the things you find when you do. Join me this time as I explore the abandoned cold war nuclear bunker in Belgium.


Thank you for your order! We are hoping you find the experience to explore abandoned nuclear bunkers. For safety reasons, please refrain from wearing loose clothing, taking any unnecessary risks, and remaining there for longer periods of time.

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Thank you for scheduling an appointment with our crews to explore the abandoned Cold War bunker sites more closely. The first site off the list is the Belarus Archive; according to historical records physical archives of the Belarusian Academy of Sciences were transferred there.

Your confirmation for this abandoned bunker seems to have been successful – thank you! You can also reserve a time for a guided tour on your newly booked spot. You can see your reservation booked on your account’s account page.

Xyrvdx says :
A great find. We’ll share a follow-up on a story we’ll be writing for a special edition of our magazine about the history of the bunkers.

Thank you for your interest in our location in abandoned cold war nuclear bunker in the heart of the streets in East London. Please complete our online form with all your details so we can email you once your adventure is confirmed.

Thank you for your order. The bunker has been fully stocked and is waiting for you. You’ll find all the tools needed to play your role. If you need further support, please contact us.

Your request to the site has been received. This email will be our last one from you. We can’t tell you when you will be able to join the site, but we know that it will be soon. In the meantime, check out our news article about the discovery of the bunker.

Your Urbex package has arrived! Feel free to explore our fully stocked Cold War bunker. We hope you enjoy your stay.

Your photo tour is now available! You can access it on our website by clicking on “A Photographic Tour of Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites.”

Thank you for your purchase! We look forward to your experience exploring this abandoned Cold War bunker.

We hope you had a great tour of the most secret place on Earth. With no roads leading to the bunkers, the only way to find the bunkers is through them! We have sent you a guide of our nuclear bunkers with all the info for you to visit them on your own. We hope you enjoyed your time with us on this tour!

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Your fully stocked abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker is reserved! We’re bringing $5 worth of supplies with us and we’ll be your tour guide. We’ll send you the set-up instructions through email and let you know when we’ll arrive.

Your bunker is booked and we cannot change this. The timings and date for the day has been reserved. Please contact our team to arrange a different day.

Hi, good to hear from you! We got a chance to jump on a few coordinates for an abandoned cold war nuclear bunker in Moscow. Did you want us to send it to you in order to complete the tour?

Mkvvzsf says :
Thank you for your inquiry. We’ll make sure to keep an eye out for any suitable bunker location in the next few months.

This is an abandoned Cold War nuclear bunker, urban exploration. Which one of these is correct?

Thank you for purchasing this book. You can find it on your desk or bookcase in a few days, ready to read and enjoy! Please visit back on day one of the tour, we’re sure to be able to answer any questions you might have and share some amazing and unique photographs and stories of these lost and forgotten Cold War bunkers.

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I want to explore the abandoned Cold war nuclear bunker in St. Petersburg, but I can’t do it alone. Can you participate in this group tour with me on the 2nd of September?

As a matter of fact, the bunker was used located at Aviator, NY during WW2. You can find our article about it here:

Hi, thank you for signing up for our Nuclear Bunkers tour. Your spot has been confirmed and the tour will be starting on thursday, November 23rd. Don’t worry, we’ll let you know when to head to your meeting point for the tour.

We can’t wait to give you your adventure in the fully stocked Soviet Cold War Bunker in the heart of the city! We look forward to welcoming you soon.

Hi, The photo called “World War 2 bunkers lying abandoned under Europe Streets” includes buildings that are located in Bethnal Green, East London, United Kingdom. The photo may not be an accurate representation of the building’s location, but is an excellent illustration of what life was like during the time period. Do you find this photo interesting?

Congratulations! Your ticket request for the Urban Explorers has been accepted and you’re all set for your adventure. The adventure starts on Monday December 14 at 9am and will include a 360 degree tour, some free time to explore the surrounding area, lunch and entry to the bunker.

Thank you for your interest in visiting abandoned Cold War & WW2 Places: Nuclear Bunkers. Unfortunately, this page is no longer available to purchase.

Thanks for your order! We’ll give you a call as soon as the book arrives so we can arrange shipping and give you a tour of some important Cold War Bunker Sites.

Your bunker is officially confirmed for April 29th at 10 AM. Please let us know if anything changes.

Your nuclear bunker is safe. We’ve conducted a radiation scan and deemed it clear of nuclear fallout. You can click on the “next step” button above this email to complete your purchase.

Hapwxelj says :
Please review your ticket itinerary as we travel with you through this beautiful space. We look forward to exploring the bunker with you and share this blimp ride with you! Please note that we encounter unforeseen circumstances with average of 8-10 people per trip.

Great to meet you. I’m so happy we added you as a fan on Instagram to explore the world with us. I look forward to seeing what you share about our beautiful Bunkers. I hope you’re having a nice day!

It looks like you’re interested in the Urban Explorers Discover Abandoned World War II Bunker. We’re super excited you’re joining us! You can access our events page and sign up for the next event here:

Hi, your reservation for the Urban Explorers’ Discovery tour of a WW2 bunker in Berlin, Germany is confirmed. Your experience dates are confirmed for next week between Sunday, January 3rd and Saturday, January 9th, 2018.

You’d like to explore the famous World War II bunker in Portland Oregon. Your tour will begin in Portland Oregon on the date in the confirmation email.

Thank you for your interest in the fully stocked abandoned Soviet Cold War bunker! Please let us know your preferred date and time to visit.

Your request to visit the Abandoned Cold War & WW2 Places: Nuclear Bunkers is now on our list of wish list. You can find the list on the profile page under the “Not planning a trip now” section. If you’re interested, you can update this list as you think of new places.

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