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Report - Rhee House, Ashwell. Cold war fall out shelter.

Discussion in 'Underground Sites' started by MarkR, May 11, 2008.

  1. MarkR

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    Came across this today while out ROC hunting in Hertfordshire... its in someones back garden, after having a chat with the owner i popped down for a look. Not huge, about 3 times the size of an ROC post but in fantastic condition, the bunker was orginally dug during World War Two and upgraded during the Cold War. The three blast doors all still work, the decontamination shower and toilet still has running water, the bunker has its own power supply, and even the air filtration system is still there.

    Main entrance:

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    Looking down access shaft

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    Tunnel between access shaft and living area

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    Decontamination shower

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    Living area

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    Toilet

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    Misc.

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    Air filtration

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    Misc.

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    Ladder to surface

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