This looks like an innocent door, but it is actually a door to a whole underground bunker!

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Here is a close-up of the entry-hatch.

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From above ground, it is hard to tell what lies underneath. This boulder hides another hatch option.


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Pretty cool, right?

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One model can be installed right next to a home.

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The bunker lies 20' underground.

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This is the body of one of the models, which gets installed underground. It's incredible what it looks like inside!

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Let's take a peek inside...

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The bunkers come in different sizes.

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And can be equipped with kitchens!

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They can also have bathrooms with a toilet and a shower.

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This unit has a TV in it!

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The company that makes these bunkers can finish them with different options.

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This option has a darker wood finish.

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The bunkers can come with a 6 dog submarine door, with a wheel.

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There is storage in the floor.

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From above ground, it is hard to tell that there is a bunker below. This artificial tree can conceal the air ventilation

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Artificial boulders can conceal the air ventilation.

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Units can have invertors.

For more information about these bunkers, check out Atlas Survival Shelter's web page.

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