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rob said:   November 18, 2010 2:25 pm PST
Great site! Found it while looking for info on Chesterfield. Unfortunately, they never got back to me when I emailed them to try to get a tour :( But I did manage to get a tour of the Hadley bunker, you can check out some pics on our site . Keep up the great work!

Roger H. said:   November 15, 2010 6:39 pm PST
Best construction images of the underground AT&T sites on the web, and are near identical to other underground bunkers from the cold war. Keep up the great effort. Always good to see the comm equipment and support systems. These are very hard to find. You have a lifelong follower. Roger H.

Paul A. Cianciolo said:   October 26, 2010 6:45 am PST
As scary as this stuff seems I am glad you are preserving this information. I grew up during this period in Torrington CT. I did not realize the world extended much beyond our 1/2 acre of green backyard. I remember asking my parent on several ocassions,"They would never shoot an atom bomb at us would they" Thanks to my parents, I slept peacefully at night. Thank you for all the work on this site

Terry Andrews said:   October 5, 2010 11:30 am PST
John- an excellent site its nice to see Cold War Heritage has not been forgotten. keep up the good work. I have an extensive collection of CD stuff that has been rescued over the years from an early 1950's Conalert II radio to loads of leaflets spanning the whole period from 1950 to 1994.

Tom Scanlan said:   September 30, 2010 6:00 pm PST
GREAT!!! I graduated HS in Cheshire in wonder I never heard of it back then!!! WOW, what a great documentation!

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