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Report - World War II Bombshelter/Bunker, Austria


anthrax

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Disclaimer: Some of the images displayed in my album contain anti semitic graffiti. I'm not promoting anti semitism here but am only showcasing what's inside this bunker.

Today's post is about the exploration of a World War II bunker, that has been abandoned since approximately 1955, when Austria signed the Declaration of Neutrality. Construction began during the war but because of the siege of the Red Army, the bunker was never finished.
Nowadays, most of the former exits have been walled off with only one proper entry and exit remaining. Rescuing people trapped in certain areas of the facility would be close to impossible, due to some entrances being filled with stones and mud.

You imagine bunkers like concrete mazes and even though it looked like one, it was hard to get lost. It was very easy to navigate around even though the tunnels measure about 700m (0.45 miles) in total. Initially, there were around 5 to 7 entrances throughout the whole structure which made it impossible to get lost.

DSC_5054 by anthrax, auf Flickr
DSC_5090 by anthrax, auf Flickr
DSC_6369 by anthrax, auf Flickr

DSC_5124 by anthrax, auf Flickr

DSC_6357 by anthrax, auf Flickr

DSC_5080 by anthrax, auf Flickr

DSC_6377 by anthrax, auf Flickr

If anyone is interested in more, the full album of photos can be found here and my post about the structure here.
 
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anthrax

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The images are showing for me, wonder what's wrong?
You can also click on the link for my album which sends you to flickr directly.
 

Six

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Can you add more images to your reports rather than just a link to the album?

You can post up to 30 pictures!
 

anthrax

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Can you add more images to your reports rather than just a link to the album?

You can post up to 30 pictures!
I'll keep that in mind, didn't want to make the post seem crowded, I definitely will for the upcoming posts. :)
 

anthrax

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Here again, if anyone faced any inconvenience with the pictures. Not sure what went wrong.

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whiskeygalore

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Disclaimer: Some of the images displayed in my album contain anti semitic graffiti. I'm not promoting anti semitism here but am only showcasing what's inside this bunker.

Today's post is about the exploration of a World War II bunker, that has been abandoned since approximately 1955, when Austria signed the Declaration of Neutrality. Construction began during the war but because of the siege of the Red Army, the bunker was never finished.
Nowadays, most of the former exits have been walled off with only one proper entry and exit remaining. Rescuing people trapped in certain areas of the facility would be close to impossible, due to some entrances being filled with stones and mud.

You imagine bunkers like concrete mazes and even though it looked like one, it was hard to get lost. It was very easy to navigate around even though the tunnels measure about 700m (0.45 miles) in total. Initially, there were around 5 to 7 entrances throughout the whole structure which made it impossible to get lost.

DSC_5054 by anthrax, auf Flickr
DSC_5090 by anthrax, auf Flickr
DSC_6369 by anthrax, auf Flickr

DSC_5124 by anthrax, auf Flickr

DSC_6357 by anthrax, auf Flickr

DSC_5080 by anthrax, auf Flickr

DSC_6377 by anthrax, auf Flickr

If anyone is interested in more, the full album of photos can be found here and my post about the structure here.
Cool photos chiefy
 

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