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Report - Sweden - Small storage facility in a building built inside a mountain - Report 2013

Discussion in 'European and International Sites' started by benkar, Sep 13, 2013.

  1. benkar

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    It's time for yet another visit to a Swedish plant in a mountain.... :thumb

    An exciting facility that leaves so many unanswered questions ...
    The pictures in the gallery is a mix from visits over the years 2007-2012.

    The facility is located "in the middle of the woods" somewhere "in the middle of Sweden." My gut feeling says that the plant was built in the 1940s, during WW2.

    There is no shock wave doors, as it has been if it had been militarily, but instead cash vault / cabinetry, doors, combined with a greater dehumidification system, supplemented by lots of small metal boxes (which I and other guess is to contain any moisture absorber) makes to conjecture suggest that the facility has been civil for protecting/storing valuables that was needed to keep dry.

    I guess, bills/money, drawings, books, or anything else that needed to be kept protected and dry. Hope to find an answer to all the questions at last... :confused

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