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Inside a Cold War bunker which has been left untouched for 40 years: Adventurer discovers abandoned underground shelter with everything to survive a nuclear disaster

Creepy photos have emerged of a Cold War bunker that has been left untouched for 40 years.

The bunker was discovered by explorer Becca Morgan, 23, who visited it with her partner.

But they were shocked to discover that everything was exactly as it was when it was in use during the Cold War.

Pictured, a door leading into the bunker which is almost obscured by overgrown ivy Pictured, a door leading into the bunker which is almost obscured by overgrown ivy

Pictured, a door leading into the bunker which is almost obscured by overgrown ivy

Pictured, Becca from Bath, Somerset, said she was shocked to find everything as it was Pictured, Becca from Bath, Somerset, said she was shocked to find everything as it was

Pictured, Becca from Bath, Somerset, said she was shocked to find everything as it was

Becca went into the bunker with her partner while exploring. The bunker was used in the Cold War Becca went into the bunker with her partner while exploring. The bunker was used in the Cold War

Becca went into the bunker with her partner while exploring. The bunker was used in the Cold War

Pictured, a desk covered in mold. The bunker was it was when it was abandoned in the 1980s Pictured, a desk covered in mold. The bunker was it was when it was abandoned in the 1980s

Pictured, a desk covered in mold. The bunker was it was when it was abandoned in the 1980s

The explorer said: 'When we entered, I was so surprised to see everything left exactly as it was back when it was last in use in 1981' The explorer said: 'When we entered, I was so surprised to see everything left exactly as it was back when it was last in use in 1981'

The explorer said: ‘When we entered, I was so surprised to see everything left exactly as it was back when it was last in use in 1981’

Ms Morgan from Bath, Somerset, UK, said: ‘When we entered, I was so surprised to see everything left exactly as it was back when it was last in use in 1981.

‘All the items were left behind exactly how they should be, and there were even some old drinks that have been discontinued.’

The bunker, in Bristol, UK, was built in 1953 to protect people against the threat of the nuclear bomb.

The bunker, in Bristol, UK, was built in 1953 to protect people against the threat of the nuclear bomb The bunker, in Bristol, UK, was built in 1953 to protect people against the threat of the nuclear bomb

The bunker, in Bristol, UK, was built in 1953 to protect people against the threat of the nuclear bomb

Pictured, apple juice and other condiments that were stored for food Pictured, apple juice and other condiments that were stored for food

Pictured, apple juice and other condiments that were stored for food

The bunker was redeveloped in the 1960s and was actively used until 1981, when it was abandoned The bunker was redeveloped in the 1960s and was actively used until 1981, when it was abandoned

The bunker was redeveloped in the 1960s and was actively used until 1981, when it was abandoned

According to Becca, the bunker was redeveloped in the 1960s and was actively used until 1981, when it was abandoned.

She said: ‘I love documenting abandoned places on my social media for people to see who may not be as adventurous as me.

‘Not everyone sees an abandoned building and thinks, ‘Let’s enter.’

‘I think people can be intimidated by them, as you never know what’s lurking around the corner inside.

‘They aren’t necessarily safe places to be entering!’

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