In the UK, a Cold War bunker was put up for sale for 25,000 pounds (2.5 million rubles). Reported by The Mirror.
The bunker is at a depth of 4.3 meters (14 feet). The room is equipped with two rusty beds and a chemical toilet. Whether the communications are in working order is not specified.
The vault served as a Royal Observer Corps station and was part of a 1563 bunker system across the country. You can get there by opening a heavy metal hatch. It was originally built to monitor the aftermath of an atomic bomb explosion. The observers inside were equipped with a Geiger counter and explosion power indicator.
The bunker was built in 1961 and out of service in 1991. According to Adam Cook, director of the auction house Devon and Cornwall, which sells the bunker, people are interested in acquiring it as a shelter from the coronavirus pandemic.
Earlier it was reported that an elderly Briton accidentally found a bomb shelter at his site during the Second World War. Now the man intends to turn it into a bar.