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Abandoned nuclear bunkers, missile silos and ammunition dumps from World War Two to the Cold War exist across Europe, Asia and the former Soviet Union.

Abandoned nuclear bunkers, missile silos and ammunition dumps from World War Two to the Cold War exist across Europe, Asia and the former Soviet Union.

Abandoned bunker on a military base [OC] [4656x3492]

Abandoned bunker on a military base [OC]

This made me think of the old cities in Scott Westerfeld's Uglies series

Art Chatillon Car Graveyard from WWII in Belgium - cars were left by soldiers because they were too expensive to bring home. Looks like a post-apocalyptic highway. peace-for-our-time-all-things-wwii

Hitler’s Hollywood Bunker, California - The whole thing came to a screeching halt, though; on the day after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the entire group was arrested.  The compound briefly became an artists’ community, but now, what remains of it lays in ruins. While some of it’s been destroyed in the many fires that ravage the California wilderness, it still sits on public land and is accessible to hikers.

10 Abandoned Nuclear Bunkers, Missile Silos & Ammunition Dumps

RCAF Beaverbank, Canada - The 22 AC&W became SAGE-operational on January 1, 1964 however this capability did not last long as the station was closed and the squadron disbanded 4 months later on April 1, 1964 following a NORAD realignment and increasing focus being placed on the DEW Line.

RCAF Beaverbank, Canada - The 22 AC&W became SAGE-operational on January 1, 1964 however this capability did not last long as the station was closed and the squadron disbanded 4 months later on April 1, 1964 following a NORAD realignment and increasing focus being placed on the DEW Line.

World War Two Bunker, Cape May, New Jersey - In its heyday, the bunker was manned by a group of military men who spent their long days and nights scanning the oceans for signs that Axis forces were encroaching on the US borders. The bunker, once outfitted with fully stocked powder rooms and shell rooms, generators and 8” guns, saw the surrender of a German U-Boat one time in the war.

10 Abandoned Nuclear Bunkers, Missile Silos & Ammunition Dumps

Duga-3, Chernobyl - NATO military intelligence had already photographed the system and given it the NATO reporting name of either STEEL WORK or STEEL YARD. This theory was publicly confirmed after the fall of the Soviet Union.

Chernobyl - NATO military intelligence had already photographed the system and given it the NATO reporting name of either STEEL WORK or STEEL YARD. This theory was publicly confirmed after the fall of the Soviet Union.

RCAF Beaverbank, Canada - RCAF Station Beaver Bank was approximately 25 mi north of the twin cities of Halifax-Dartmouth. The station sat on 430 acres  with about a half a mile  separation between the domestic and the operations site; both sites being divided by the county line between Halifax County (domestic site) and Hants County (operations site).

RCAF Beaverbank, Canada - RCAF Station Beaver Bank was approximately 25 mi north of the twin cities of Halifax-Dartmouth. The station sat on 430 acres with about a half a mile separation between the domestic and the operations site; both sites being divided by the county line between Halifax County (domestic site) and Hants County (operations site).

RCAF Beaverbank, Canada - The "22 Aircraft Control & Warning Squadron" was the operational unit posted to the station, its colours having been created in 1953 and the unit made operational a year later in the fall of 1954.

RCAF Beaverbank, Canada - The Aircraft Control & Warning Squadron" was the operational unit posted to the station, its colours having been created in 1953 and the unit made operational a year later in the fall of

Nuclear Missile Silo, Deer Trail, Colorado -Each section of the complex had thick metal blast doors that weighed 3 tons apiece. The hinges of some were so rusty that they could barely be moved.

Exploring inside a huge Abandoned Titan I ICBM Nuclear Missile Silo Launch Complex in Deer Trail, Colorado.

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