June 26, 2014By

Three years ago I said I would post up some more pix of this place so here’s Part 1 of maybe a 3 part set of shots (depends how many I decide to use).

Apart from some damp coming in here and there this place is more or less good to go, although you wouldn’t want to pay the generator bill. As previously mentioned it cost $39 million to build and was only in use for a matter of months, ever since then nobody has figured out what to do with it.

When you look at the amount of work that went into it it’s incredible. Take the roof slab for example, there’s 1500mm of reinforced concrete covered with 2000mm of earth, on top of this is a 1050mm Burster Slab followed by another 750mm of earth. On with the pix…

 

Clean Plant Room

 

Lower level Front escape shaft hatchway

Lower level: (Room 4) ComSec Maintenence with door to the Frame Room behind

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  1. Aydun
    June 27, 2014

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    Well that’s very impressive! Looks like you could spend an age exploring it. At least if there’s a WW3, you know where to go 🙂

    • sYnc
      June 27, 2014

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      Thanks, there’s some more pictures coming of the upper floors shortly…decontamination chambers, air locks, blast valves etc.

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