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    Arrow Sunderland Nuclear Bunker Autumn 2010


    Not far from Sunderland towm centre, is what appears to be either a nuclear shelter, civil defence bunker or some other form or Cold War shelter- little seems available online.

    There isn't really much to it either. One large room, a couple of toilets, a plant room and connecting corridors.

    Not accessible- the remains of the access stairs;


    bunker 145 by theoss, on Flickr

    remains of the air filtration plant;


    bunker 139 by theoss, on Flickr




    bunker 140 by theoss, on Flickr


    bunker 159 by theoss, on Flickr


    bunker 141 by theoss, on Flickr

    The other main room;


    bunker 143 by theoss, on Flickr


    bunker 142 by theoss, on Flickr
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    Wow i like this very much!!!!

    Great work!

    It's all over.

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    Nect time I am up there Krypton, were off there!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nij4829 View Post
    Nect time I am up there Krypton, were off there!

    Toooo right!!!

    I shall also take my special key to that other place!

    It's all over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krypton View Post
    Toooo right!!!

    I shall also take my special key to that other place!
    damn right you will, or ill drag you home to get it lol
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    I'm liking this :)

    Nice find TheOss :)
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    Nice.:) Have you tried any enquiring locally as to what the place was?

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    This looks really good! Nice one, fella :)

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    Just to add. Entrance to this bunker has since been sealed. There is no further access at the present time.
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    It looks like an interesting site, was there much asbestos down there?

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