39, 41 Bomb Shelter
39, 41 Bomb Shelter is an air-raid shelter that was built in the United Kingdom during World War II. It is now an important building located in modern-day New Eiffel, where it is one of New Eiffel's national monuments. It is registered as a grade 3 building.
|39, 41 Bomb Shelter|
|Address||New Eiffel, Plitvice, 002-AD|
|Current tenants||No one|
|Owner||Government of New Eiffel|
|Design and construction|
|Known for||National monument in New Eiffel|
39, 41 Bomb Shelter was likely constructed during World War II, possibly in 1939 or 1940, although it could have possibly been earlier then that. It was built in between the fence of two houses to be shared between the two neighbours, and was made tall enough for two small sized bunk beds. It was constructed out of concrete bricks, and currently stands at 6 metres (19.8 ft) tall and stretches 2.0 metres (6.6 ft) beneath the ground. It was likely never used, and up until the 1960s the bricks starting falling apart. After the late 2000s, it became more and more heavily vandalised with graffiti and litter.
Sometime in February 2018, a month after New Eiffel was founded, the bomb shelter was named a national monument, being named the third national monument of New Eiffel after New Finland Monument and New Eiffel School.
On 20 May 2019, the government revealed it had plans to restore and clean up the shelter.
|This article documents a current event. Information may change rapidly as the event progresses.|
- Road Closure Data. New Eiffel Roads Index. ["12 January 2020: 39, 41 Bomb Shelter clean up blocking road"] Retrieved 21 March 2021.