This site was the main reason why we came back into this area. We know that it is really hugh with a lot of inventory in it, This bunker was hold in service until the late 80s. It was designed for about 600 persons and were in the traditional design. The main gallery is one of the deepest and longest!
It was the snowiest day of the year and we had do drive over some dirt roads to reach the site.
Also we had big problems with the snow. We had to walk over an half an hour because we nearly got stuck with the car.
But all the effort was worth it! The site was amazing. Badly stripped by copper and steel thefes, but some of the engines, the ventilation system and the tracks of the railway were already in the underground.
It is a very large location, we were over 7 hours down into the underground.
This was also the first time we suddenly met other urbexers in such a location. We were a little bit frightened as we saw suddenly light at the other end of the tunnel.
And this also was the first time we had a little accident. My partner overlook the waterfilled service pit for the locomotives and fell into it. The water was nearly frozen....
Both were very scary experiences.....
After such a long time downstairs we had to walk another 30min through the snow to get back to the car. We were very happy as we arrived at the campsite, having a hot shower and cooking a nice meal.