Building an ESCAPE LADDER in my WW2 Bunker (PART 6)


Building an ESCAPE LADDER in my WW2 Bunker (PART 6)

I build an escape ladder in the ww2 bunker that is in my back garden. The bunker renovation series continues in episode 6 where I secure ladder rungs to make an escape hatch up the ventilation shaft. This world war 2 air raid shelter was left abandoned and derelict by previous house owners. When I discovered it I decided to create this series on renovating the abandoned bunker. So far I have cleared and sealed the bunker with special sealant paint. I have dug a sump hole and pumped the standing water out. Now I have put some shelves up to store my bug out gear and I will now build the escape hatch and collapsible bed for overnighters in the bunker. Thanks for watching and be sure to subscribe for more!

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