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World War II bunkers

Photographer Mike Irwin recently released a book of photographs documenting dozens of abandoned Cold War United States military sites. His book ‘Abandoned in Place’ inspired this photographic tour of abandoned Cold War bunker sites.
Atlantikwall Regelbau 639 - Sanitary Bunker, Hospital Bunker, Medical Bunker From World War 2


Your journey is now complete. Please click on the image below to explore what’s inside this historic bunker.

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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.

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Yes, these bunkers are being scavenged so please do not enter!

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Thanks so much for your interest in our abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites photography book. We plan to have the book available for purchase in early 2019. In the meantime, if you have any questions, you can get in touch with us at the email in the signature or through our website:

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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.

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Thank you for your purchase of “World War II Abandoned Places: More than Bunkers”. The link to download the content will be sent to the email address you provide below.

Thank you for visiting our Cold War & WW2 Places site. We wanted to share a map with you that showcases the abandoned bunkers in the region. You can find this map at the bottom of the page. In these locations, you may find a Cold War or WW2 artifact.

Your purchase of Haunting Images of Abandoned WWII Bunkers is confirmed. We’ll send you a note when it’s ready to ship and update you on the delivery schedule.

Your subscription to Cold War & WW2 Places: Nuclear Bunkers has been cancelled. If you’d like to join again, please sign up and we’ll be waiting for you.

You’ve got access. Your bunker is yours to explore and explore it you do. Do remember to bring your torch and camera to bring back some memories! We hope you enjoy your stay.

We regretfully inform you that your request for information on military places during WW2 with particular focus on underground bunkers has been denied.

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Thank you for your interest in visiting the abandoned Cold War & WW2 nuclear bunkers. We’ll be posting the available dates on our website soon so you can select your preferred date.

Xyrvdx says :
Welcome to the abandoned military bunker! I have a lockbox here with a key-tag that should serve as a leash to keep you safe from the dangers of the ancient military base. You can find a map to show where you are next to cool military stuff as well as a history of the bunker if you explore anything further.

Thanks so much for checking out our example of a WW2 bunker! We hope you can find time to explore more than just bunkers throughout the world.

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

Etixodbo says :
Thank you for registering for this limited time opportunity to explore the jungle around a World War II German bunker. In order to gain access to the bunker, you will need to register for your spot today.

Hi Mr. Christopher, thank you for visiting! The bunker has been fully stocked and is waiting for you. Please follow the instructions to activate your key code. Excited to exploring the bunker with you.

We hope you enjoy your visits to the WW2 bunker. Please return frequently to explore this remote location. It’s one of the most rare and hidden places on earth.

Thank you for your email. We have a lot of people coming by asking about this bunker so we decided to post a sign up list so more of you can join our expeditions. Please let us know of any questions you have.

This is an abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker which is fully stocked with supplies like rations, safety equipment, personal computers, heater, water, and weapons. Send us an email or contact us directly with any questions or concerns you might have.

World War II Abandoned Places explores more than bunkers, including bunkers that served as religious, political, military, and cultural centers, as well as bunkers that were infested with rats. Learn more about these building types that might surprise you.

Our team of urban explorers is leading a tour through an old abandoned bunker. Travel to a different history with a group of people who share your adventurous spirit.

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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?

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