Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites

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Explore rooms of abandoned Cold War Bunker

The people of the UK used to bury their dead at these bunkers.

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History of Cold War Era Bunkerlands ★★★★☆

Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites: A Photographic Tour.

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World War 2 bunkers found abandoned under streets

World War II Abandoned Places explores more than bunkers and other places which were abandoned during the course of the Second World War.

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pictures show abandoned bunkers on Europe Streets

See how the bunker decay over the course of time with the US Army.

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☢ Some inside the bunker are still inhabited ☢

Military places, particularly underground bunkers, were a common thing during WW2 for secrecy and protection purposes.

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World War II bunkers found under Europe Streets

Rent out the entire bunker to groups who want to explore the place.

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☭⃠ Abandoned World War 2 Bunker in Europe ☭⃠

Urban exploration and/or fully stocked abandoned Soviet-era Cold War-era bunkers.

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Western Europe's last operational nuclear bunker

Surprise! The random decaying bunker was built into old downtown Toronto.

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History of Abandoned WWII Bunkers ★★★☆☆

After fighting World War II on the many fronts, the war is finally over. However, these relics from a bygone era remain, left behind to commemorate the magnitude of the conflict. Now, with the help of a group of historians, a group of explorers is unraveling a forgotten structure of a World War II bunker, once the playground of a group of American prisoners of war--the Japanese.

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Europe's Best Abandoned Places - Bunker ★★★★★

World War II Abandoned Places looks at bunkers too.

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⚛️ Explore and discover cold war bunkers ⚛️

Military places particularly underground bunkers were commonly used by both sides for their discreet reasons during WW2, even though they serve the purpose of security.

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Some bunkers include churches and living quarters

Abandoned Cold War & WW2 Places: Abandoned Cold War & WW2 Places: Nuclear Bunkers.

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Comments


  • Georgia Mcalpine says :

    Thank you for visiting our Cold War & WW2 Places listings for abandoned nuclear bunkers. We're confident you'll find the right nuclear bunker for you. Remember to leave the bunker in the same condition you found it in.

  • Rebeka Osinski says :

    We thank you for your interest in our listings for Cold War and World War 2 Places: Nuclear bunkers. We hope you get around to visiting some of our other listings.

  • opcpuhjyxmgfnkx says :

    Congratulations! You've successfully reserved a spot for your team on a closed-off scavenge mission on a real-life WWII Bunker. If you're thinking, "I hope it has a bathroom on sight," everything on this site is covered with a water-resistant tarp, so all you have to worry about is getting through the mission without getting caught on camera!

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  • Dominic Pitts says :

    Thank you for visiting us! A reminder of our journey, we have a photo contest going on at our website. Help us celebrate what the bunkers looked like 60 years ago.

  • Alberta Tillman says :

    Hi there! We're so happy to hear that you're interested in exploring the abandoned nuclear bunker. We're sending you an email with all the details.

  • Milan Martinez says :

    You're now on your way to explore this abandoned Soviet Union bunker. It is now time to climb into the now opening hatch.

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  • Leslie Mast says :

    I was granted permission to see the bunker with my Junior Explorer Group! Thank you for signing up. We hope you enjoyed the tour

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  • mccluremadonna says :

    Thank you for exploring our abandoned nuclear bunker! When we decided to sell our space, we packed everything and turned off the power in the hope it would be a turning point and bring in serious and dedicated explorers and tourist. Unsurprisingly, we've received none to date. Completely abandoned and dark, we leave it be.

  • tracebalistreri says :

    Great! Your bunker is reserved. Please be on the lookout for your security deposit at your door tomorrow morning.

  • prohaskagaston says :

    Thank you for choosing to participate in our project. You will reach the control room after descending for five minutes. You are now at the depth of the bunker. Please descend slowly. The exit is on your right and is marked with a glowing red light and a red and white striped sphere.

  • dyfmekgbf says :

    The exploration tour you requested has been registered. The location is an abandoned Russian Nuclear Bunker. Our military grade GPS system will help you navigate the inaccessible tunnels. Make your travel plans now.

  • Prof Delaney says :

    Sup? We heard you're scouting for a place to explore near the centre of the city. This is the perfect place for you. We'll leave you with one of our booklets with some tips on the area. Drop by tomorrow at the same time and place with your metal detector to claim this abandoned nuclear bunker.

  • Loretta Patton says :

    Thanks for purchasing! We will send an email with the host name of the bunker and some instructions on how to open it. We'll send you more information as it becomes available.

  • mabellemclaughl says :

    You've reached an archive of public domain photos of war era bunkers taken during the Schlieffen-Moltke campaign. The Digital Archive of Warfare will automatically send you updates with new items.

  • natashaschowalt says :

    Your registration is being processed for this urban exploration trip to the "abandoned nuclear bunker." You'll have to wait for an email confirmation of your registration. Good luck!

  • Jerome Bane says :

    We look forward to exploring the nuclear bunkers with you soon.

  • Madelyn Nienow says :

    Thank you for your interest in Nuclear Bunkers. It was a pleasure doing business with you. Please feel free to reach out to me about any questions or concerns. Have a nice day.

  • Billy Lovejoy says :

    Hi there! We can't wait to hear back from you. Your Cold War bunker tour is now just 10% away from being complete. Let us know about any ideas, questions, or if you'd like to give us feedback on what you think about the tour. If you've decided to pass, let us know about your decision. We'll make sure to notify you when the tour is available

  • dmtswlolwyo says :

    What a beautiful sight! The images you sent us did a great job of capturing a panoramic view of a site in a WWII bunker in a European city. We love how you took the time to get detailed shots to catch all of the details. Please keep shooting, our eyes are always on lookout for other abandoned sites. You'll be sure to get a trip for this!

  • hauckcarson says :

    Your Haunting Images of Abandoned WWII bunkers purchase has been confirmed. We will be in touch shortly with further details on delivery and tracking information.

  • Tracy Swaniawski says :

    Hi, your trip to Prague is confirmed. Confirm your arrival time and let us know if you need help getting there. We need this information to ensure that urban explorers can check-in at our bunkers. Confirmation emails will only be sent 1x. If you don't receive your confirmation email, please contact us.

  • Patrice Baldridge says :

    Have fun exploring our bunker! We hope you get to know the area and participate in your 10% discount for finding 3 other members to help you. We're always looking for interesting ways to improve this place, so if you have any feedback, we're all ears.

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  • cortezlegros says :

    Thanks for joining us on the Urban Explorers! We know you have a lot of interest in this exploration because you have attached a viewing cost of $180. Should you happen to discover a bunker with a million dollars worth of gold, a walkie-talkie, a pistol, a box of hand grenades, a jeep, or anything else that you might find valuable, contact us immediately,

  • Willow Stark says :

    Thank you for your interest in the Soviet-era object, Nuclear Bunker. The project is still in development, but feel free to send your email to [email protected] for more information.