and Women's Restroom
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The problem with trying to take photos in a place like this is the limited space. The first time I took photos of the shelter I didn't even bother with this bunk room and the two restrooms. When I went back in March of 2003 I took these photos. It bothered me ever since I originally put this virtual tour up in 2001 that I didn't have all of the rooms pictured so I decided to get everything covered the second time around. This is the Dormitory. It's a room about 10 feet by 10 feet square. I assume there were originally bunk beds in here. On the other side of the movable metal doors on the far side of the room is the Radef operations room. This photo was taken looking through the door that goes into the women's restroom.
The above left photo was taken looking in the door of the women's restroom. There are 2 toilet stalls, a small sink and a shower stall (seen in the right photo above). The silver pipe at the top left of the left picture is the radio antenna cable conduit. It passes through the back wall of the shelter. One of the things I figured out during my second tour of the shelter in March, 2003 is how the air was routed through the place. The rectangular air grille connected to the air vent coming through the wall to the right above the toilet stalls is part of the exhaust vent system that runs along the back wall of the shelter. This vent system is connected to the air exhaust blower located in the Mens restroom which exhausts air out of the exhaust anti-blast valve on the surface. The round air outlet above the toilet stalls is part of the fresh air system which is fed out of the mechanical room.
The above right photo shows the women's shower stall located in the women's restroom. The door seen in the photo to the left of the shower stall leads out into the short entry hall and is directly across from the communications room door.