Teufelsberg

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Silo sitting ontop of the pulping chamber
Silo sitting ontop of the pulping chamber
Pulping chamber with water inlet
Pulping chamber with water inlet
Pulp compression unit
Pulp compression unit
Two units were working in parallel
Two units were working in parallel
Pulping chamber
Pulping chamber
Control switches of pulping & compression system
Control switches of pulping & compression system
Sargent & Greenleaf electric door lock "The Brute"
Sargent & Greenleaf electric door lock "The Brute"
This doorlock was employed at the entrance to the inner core of the Arctic Tower building. Sargent & Greenleaf is one of the premier suppliers of military-approved high-security locks of all types.
Alarm options on the inside of a secure area
Alarm options on the inside of a secure area
Analysts or radar operator workplaces, ca. 15 per floor in the shaft of the Arctic Tower
Analysts or radar operator workplaces, ca. 15 per floor in the shaft of the Arctic Tower
At another floor of the Arctic Tower there was a set of mechanical workbench places, each with pressured air outlet for the tools. Apparently they manufactured electronics and antenna there for R&D in the interception field. The Field Station Berlin won several decorations for new methods and findings, so these activities were probably an important part of the work done here.
Inside of the Arctic Tower radome
Inside of the Arctic Tower radome
Antenna mountin the dome of the Arctic Tower
Antenna mountin the dome of the Arctic Tower
This antenna mount is far more solid then those seen in the other two radomes. It is also possible that this mount supported a bigger rotating structure that held and rotated several different type of antenna at once.
Massive, counterweight balances door to the dome of the Arctic Tower
Massive, counterweight balances door to the dome of the Arctic Tower
View from the balcony of the dome
View from the balcony of the dome
In the background right is the british building. Foreground right is the entrance building, Background left, the main analysts / computing building. Middle left is a communications annex with the Military Police dungeon below. The red brick constructions are covered walkways, connecting all the buildings.
The main tower and "ball" domes
The main tower and "ball" domes
Closeup of main tower
Closeup of main tower
Tower
Tower
Main analysts / computer building
Main analysts / computer building
View from the balcony onto the small radar tower
View from the balcony onto the small radar tower
This tower was apparently used for small-scale radar experiments and trials.
Detail of small radar tower
Detail of small radar tower
Cutted cable bundle
Cutted cable bundle
Cabling in one of the computer rooms
Cabling in one of the computer rooms
Alarm panel in a compuer room
Alarm panel in a compuer room
Circuit breakers for electricty
Circuit breakers for electricty
Exterior view of tower building
Exterior view of tower building
Mysterious equipment, left in a climate control equipment chamber
Mysterious equipment, left in a climate control equipment chamber
Maybee thats the empty packaging of Warp Core spares?
Bubbles in a very thick bullet proof glas door
Bubbles in a very thick bullet proof glas door
This is a detail of the entrance from the main analysts / computing building to the tower building. Thickness of doors and glas is stunning, this was apparently meant to stop armed intruders.
Destroyed bullet proof glass on 2nd floor of tower building, in the background material from the abandoned construction work that was aimed at building expensive apartments into the structure
Destroyed bullet proof glass on 2nd floor of tower building, in the background material from the abandoned construction work that was aimed at building expensive apartments into the structure
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DSCF1169.JPG
Rubble from construction work
Rubble from construction work
Terrasse on the foot of the main tower, one "ball" dome in foreground, dome of Arctic Tower in background
Terrasse on the foot of the main tower, one "ball" dome in foreground, dome of Arctic Tower in background