Air Raid Shelter - Tiefbunker Steintorwall

The Steintorwall air raid shelter at Hamburg main railway station was built during World War 2 and converted for the cold war in 1969. It was equipped to provide survial for 2702 people for 14 days. Today, it can be toured.

For more info, see the website of the non-profit Hamburger Unterwelten Association:  http://www.hamburgerunterwelten.de/Bunker-Hamburg-Hauptbahnhof.html

Copyright: Michael Grube
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Taken: 25/08/2013
Uploaded: 24/08/2013
Updated: 07/05/2014


Tags: bunker; air raid shelter; fallout shelter; civil defense; cold war; world war; bomb shelter; bahnhof
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