The entrance tunnel, shot from the primary blast door.
The entrance is made up of a complex dog-leg system with plenty of 90 degree turns. This is the entrance to the decontamination room.
Decontamination room. Previous picture is taken from the right. Forward in picture is for going in to the central.
As many of these centrals this is also in two floors. The main entrance is the door in top left corner of the picture. There are two staircases to the bottom floor, with the central operations room behind the door central in the picture. The staircase to the right leads to dormitories and kitchen.
Kitchen on the upper floor.
Dormitories on the upper floor. Now used for the youth hostel. WC and shower in the back.
Rest room on the upper floor.
Operations room. Door on previous picture in the back of the room.
Behind the camera on previous photo is the communications room, EMP protected.
A small room back-to-back with the main operations room. The door far left is in to the communications room.
Equipment in the operations room.
Hot water boiler, heater and spare air-filters in a room on the bottom floor.
Main and spare generator. Note that the main is hanging in dampers.
Same system for the electrical closets.
Towards the emergency exit there are storages for diesel and water.
The very last tunnel out to the emergency exit. That exit is in one of the tunnel mouths of the nearby railway frequency changer stations.