December 7, 2019

Tour Report: Command Post W43 [Revisit]

A little more than two months after my wife and I had discovered the abandoned command bunker in the woods, we returned to this place.
We were a crew of four explorers, and only my wife and I had visited this bunker - on a dark and rainy day and with no tripod for the camera, so it was only logical to return and check this place out one more time.
The good thing was that we didn't have to look for the bunker anymore, because we'd already found it and marked the coordinates on my GPS.
As I've said, there were four of us. Our friends Norgriller Urbex and North Urbex joined us for a large portion of our tour. This bunker was our first spot for the weekend, and we met up at the parking spot that my wife and I had identified as perfect during our first visit.
The weather wasn't perfect, but at least, it wasn't raining. Since we'd saved the coordinates, we didn't have to roam through the forest for one and a half hours, but we took the way that was little bit longer to get a look at the entire area. There are a few more buildings surrounding the main bunker - nothing noteworthy, but interesting in the context.

As you may have seen in my previous post about this place, the bunker isn't really big, so the exploration itself didn't take too long, and since we had one more location planned for the day and a reservation for dinner that evening, we didn't linger around longer than necessary.

To find out more about the history of this place and to check out all the photos, click the button below.

Here's a video we made of our tour - you will see more than the bunker in this post, because it was a two-day tour:

And here are the photos from our explore:

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