Comments

wrote:
does anybody know what the address is? Or the coordinations?
I want to use this building for my architecture exam!
wrote:
Will You Have Full Conputerised 3d Ground Look At Land Where Both Yorkwoods Center. Sp Eadd. Boardinng School / Yesplanti State Nu Hospital. Both Once Stued. & Even with Both Torned Down & Gon from The Land Is Still Cursed The Witch & Warlock Black Magic Death Satanic Hurcrux. Hunted Spirits Of Both & "Kevin" The Yorkwoods Center. "BOY" Cursed Child Its Stiil Alive Today Still Curses Both & also Hunt Curses Mrs. J.K. Rolly Today Even Sp. Beweare Because Your Next. If Ever Set Fool on any Part Of That Cursed Ground":
wrote:
autoguy if you want to read a book on the subject on one propject I recommend "The Tunnel at Loibl Pass" André Lacaze
Motts you have the best job
wrote:
Ditto to Darlene. Thanks a bunch! That's an incredible bit of forgotten history that few people will ever see. True adventure! Good for you!
wrote:
And the arrow markings. "Zombies this way". (See Dead Snow, 2009. Awesome Nazi zombie movie.)
wrote:
May be welded shut from the other side or perhaps blocked by rubble. A forgotten entrance yet to be found on the outside. That may had been placed after the war.
wrote:
I have those all over in my bathroom, especially above the shower.
wrote:
That's an incredible exploration. What was the total length of all tunnels you saw in that complex? Any idea?
wrote:
I would think they had to deal with laborers that were constantly trying to sabotage the effort. Mixing bad concrete would part of that.
wrote:
Another section of the complex that is blocked off? I suspect that.
wrote:
I'm starting to wonder if those less sturdy walls were added later by the Rusky occupiers?
wrote:
I wonder of it was designed for a different purpose such as munitions storage? Brickwork to install doors? Some looks painted. Or maybe just rock that was hard to excavate, yeah. Maybe it was just less work that would go faster so the commander could claim speedy progress? (And not be shot)
wrote:
If I had to guess, those last days left these projects with bad materials and project leaders that were in fear of being shot for incompetence. The demands coming from Berlin could not be met. Hitler became so consumed by his own madness and drug use, he was ordering projects for which there wasn't enough resources. The accounts of the forced laborers involved in the projects is the stuff of true horror.
wrote:
The amount of underground installations the Third Reich installed was immense. Most were sealed off, and very many are forgotten. Many were unfinished and the records of the projects were destroyed. Late in 1944, Hitler sent orders that a huge amount of the war effort production be moved to underground complexes. A colossal effort. Some had been completed enough to use, and very many never saw completion. The ME262 complex inside a mountain was incredible.