Speaking of abandoned buildings and such, today I had to go into an abandoned air raid shelter in the 85 year old building I work in. I was the first person in the shelter in at least 40 years. I only took pics of a couple of the original signs in there, I couldn't get pics of much else as the room and tunnels were full of smoke from cutting off the door. 30m of tunnels, one big room, and 3 smaller rooms, with all but 5m of the tunnel in pristine condition! It was truly amazing to be in there!
This is the 15mm thick plate steel door which had to be cut open to get in there. The big pile of soil has leaked in from the two 8 inch cracks in the walls of the concrete tunnel.
This is the original instructions for what to do in case of a gas attack. This is for the entrance to the shelter off the tunnels. The kit consists of a plastic sheet, and a blanket. Good luck!
This is the second part of what to do in a gas attack. This is to seal the iron blast door on the other side of the room. The kit consists of rope and plasticine. Hi tech!