This is what we found when we opened up the shack. A ladder?
When we got down the ladder we were standing on a small platform.
That led to a staircase.
That went down.
Quite a ways.
At the bottom we found one hell of a door.
That opened up pretty easily. Inside we could see a metal shack of some kind.
Looking back out of the door.
You had to cross a little bridge to get on to the main platform.
Because the whole thing is suspended from big ass shock isolators.
Better shot of the shock isolator.
This seems to be the whole reason this thing was built. Some kind of old communications equipment.
Behind the shack was a diesel tank.
And a ladder.
Now we are down.
The underside had a bunch of old air handling equipment.
Connected to the outside by flexible ducts.
Some of the stuff was in bad shape.
The bottom of this place had stared to fill with water. I thought about grabbing the flashlight, but figured there were probably a bunch of CHUD waiting to grab me under there.
Apparently the site they found was a LCC (launcher control capsule or center). Basically it’s a place where missile launch officers worked; it’s where they would receive launch orders to fire off land based ICBMs that were located elsewhere. But now it’s nothing more than an old rusty bunker. Well, what did you think? I am fascinated with this old war stuff. I wish I had the time to go and explore through this type of stuff.
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