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Many bunkers are now open to the public

Print and digital guide book to abandoned Cold War and WW2 bunkers and installations.
AtlanticWall Regelbau FL244 Fire Control Post Command bunker for heavy Flak Anti Aircraft battery


If you’re willing to pay for a fully stocked abandoned Soviet Cold War bunker, then you’re sure as hell not going to let a simple confirmation email stop you from going on a costly, albeit underground, adventure.

Thank you for taking control of your photography. It was our pleasure working with you. We trust you enjoyed the Photographic Tour of Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites Experience. If you ever need us, please contact us.

Thank you for submitting your application. We are excited to see your amazing photo of the entrance of the underground bunker. To improve your chances of being selected, kindly enter the email address that this confirmation email went to.

We’re sorry to hear this. However, we look forward to providing you with a no-hassle warranty for your bunker. Please call us at 1-800-483-4629 for a free inspection.

You bought tickets to explore the World War II Bunker. Here’s the documentation you’ll need when you get there.

Please be aware that from time to time, secure locations such as abandoned warehouses and bunkers need to be cleared of dangerous materials. If a location is listed as “Abandoned,” it means that a government agency cleared the building of radioactive nuclear materials long ago. However, there is a chance that a few materials may have been overlooked or not yet found, so explorers should enter with caution.

Wmuegon says :
Thank you for your interest in the Soviet era Cold War era Bunker, abandoned since the end of the Cold War in 1989. Your request was received. You can find info about accessing the bunker via the links below.

Thank you for your images of the World War 2 bunkers. May we please have your name and email address? We would like to contact you for more information.

Congratulations on the discovery of the abandoned WWII bunker! You have found it on UrbanExplorers. Please fill out this form for your tour for this site. Remember to save the form.

This is to confirm that your booking for an Abandoned Cold War Nuclear Bunker, Urban Exploration.

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.

Hi, we’d like to take you on a tour of the fully stocked abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker in Ukraine. Payment in advance is due in order to book this unique tour. We’ll send your confirmation when the preparation work is done, please let us know if you need more time.

Our team is working hard to make sure you receive all the information you need about your package. Unfortunately, it seems that your trip to the bunker has not gone well. Please contact our team to discuss your order.

Your Urban Explorers adventure has begun! The van will be picking you up soon. Let’s get you to the abandoned World War II bunker!

Xyrvdx says :
We will not bombard you with information, but we think you’ll enjoy this article! What to expect: when you arrive, you’ll have a fantastic view from the platform from the era when the bunker was last in use.Also, find a variety of objects from the era. Don’t forget to explore the 8 level bunker.

We hope you enjoy exploring abandoned cold war nuclear bunkers. Our team is here to help, but first let us know what you’ve found. Keep an eye out for our next urban excursion.

Hello! Interested in seeing haunting images of abandoned WWII bunkers? Let me know which images you’re most interested in by responding to this email.

Thank you for placing your order for our military bunker. We expect to deliver the product to your location next week.

Your reservation for a fully booked Soviet Cold War Bunker from Urban Exploring is confirmed. We’ll be in contact as soon as we fulfill your reservation or you can follow along with our site or social media pages for updates.

Thanks for signing up for our newsletter. You will soon be receiving a notification from us about a limited time sale on Haunting Images of Abandoned WWII bunkers. In the meantime, you can enter your email here to get an exclusive notification of the sale.

Your abandoned Cold War nuclear bunker, urban exploration reservation has been approved. For your safety, we’ll send you an email with the specific release form and rules. Enjoy!

If you have any questions, or would like to learn more about the process of creating the Haunting Images of Abandoned WWII bunkers, just click on the “contact us” link below.

We’re sorry, we’ve been watching you for some time now, and discovered that you’re exploring an abandoned Cold War nuclear bunker. We needed to let you know that as soon as you enter this area, we’ll be authorized to use lethal force. We’re authorized to open fire with high powered weaponry, and we’re doing so as you’re reading this email.

Congratulations! This is a historic moment in our lives. A new experience awaits you with a true treasure of a whole building with whom to explore, called the Bunker 61. Exciting developments in front of you–financial reward for discovery.

Your Urbex trip to a fully stocked Cold War bunker has been confirmed. As soon as we finalize the details, we’ll be back in touch. For any other questions, please contact us at the email in the signature below.

Your order for Haunting Images of Abandoned WWII bunkers has been confirmed. We will send you an email when your order has shipped. You can follow the progress of your order using your order number below.

The fully stocked abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker has been reserved for you. Your reservation can be retrieved here.

The Urban Exploration Company was glad to find you and your friends in the abandoned Cold War Nuclear Bunker. We’re working to get these structures brought back to life through organizations like Global Cooling. If you’re interested, don’t hesitate to talk to the local authorities. They should be able to help you answer any questions you may have.

Qorogycs says :
You may be interested to see these beautiful images of World War 2 bunkers lying abandoned under Europe streets. Do you know the history behind the bunkers? We did.

Uwuugud says :
Thanks for your interest in our Haunting Images of Abandoned WWII bunkers. You should have just received an email that included the order information for your purchase. We hope you enjoy your purchase.

Thank you for your interest in our slideshow entitled “World War II bunkers in Europe seen abandoned under streets.” We regret to inform you that this slide show is no longer available.

Hi Raymond! Thanks so much to you and your amazing work. Your latest find looks fascinating and we would love to share it with our readers. We here at GW Magazine would love to publish this piece as part of our upcoming article “A Photographic Tour of Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites.” We’re really keen to hear your thoughts on this, so please let us know what you think.

Nuclear bunkers could be found all across the United States. Some of these bunkers were built during the Cold War and left behind, while the others were built during World War II and never filled. These places are interesting antiquities of mankind’s military aspirations.

Hey, thank you for choosing our Urbex tour. We’ve got your room booked so you will be in the Urbex experience in no time. We hope you’ll have an action packed time exploring the abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker.

Congratulations!! You have been randomly selected to explore one of the former military bunkers from the Cold War! Complete your order to enter the urban exploration site. You will be contacted for this exciting adventure soon.

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.

Thanks for your interest in our abandoned bunker. Unfortunately, it will not be opening for tours soon. Check out our blog for updates about the status of the site. Your ticket purchase for this event was successfully transferred to your PayPal account.

Thank you for reaching out to us. It looks like the photo was removed due to copyright violation. To be able to re-upload the photo, please remove the watermark. To our knowledge, it appears to be an abandoned bunker used in World War 2.

Your purchase of the exclusive Haunting Images of Abandoned WWII bunkers has been processed. Please check your email for your tracking number!

Well done in choosing an Urbex in the abandoned Soviet style bunker in the city. You can fully stock your bunker for $500 or you can hunt down vintage items in the bunker for $50. The quickest pickup time is in the morning. Instructions for use, in case you accidentally find any bunkers in the city, are below the keycode.

Here’s some photos we found of World War II bunkers located under some European streets.

Thank you for your order. We are now waiting for all of your gear to arrive at our shipping department so we can pack your bunker and get this to you soon.

Great to hear! Your request has been accepted. The bunker will be held for you when you decide to check in. Hope the bunker is well suited to your needs and wait for you inside.

Your session has been established in the Bunker. Here’s a list of all the packs in the Bunker:

Your reservation for an Urbex in a fully stocked abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker has been confirmed. We’ll be in touch with you in the next 24 hours with further details on your booking.

You were successfully awarded safe passage to the underground bunker. Thank you, and we hope you’ll visit again soon.

You were emailed a link to the photo album. Enter the code below to log in and start viewing these amazing images of abandoned WWII bunkers.

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!

Thanks for checking out these WW2 bunker photos! But, what you don’t see is the story that goes with them. A soldier named Baldomero Ruiz hid in the bunkers with his family. After escaping the blockade, Baldomero had his family, documents, and more stuffed into these bunkers for protection. He was eventually rescued by the French Resistance.

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