Where to go from a submarine?
• Where to go from a submarine?
This question troubled me since childhood. A little later, I learned that each boat has an escape hatch. Most recently, I saw it with my own eyes. Now I know where to go from a submarine!
A few days ago I visited the Kaliningrad "Museum of the World Ocean", where one of the exhibits is a diesel submarine "B-413".
And now go down to the inside (take care of the head).
The first thing you feel when you go down into the interior - it is a feeling of tightness mad:
It's hard to imagine how the sailors kept many months of the campaign in these conditions.
The transition from section to section through such hatches here:
Every centimeter of available space is occupied by any valve, pipe or appliance:
A photograph is literally no place to hang your favorite.
But no, there is one place.
Struck means of communication:
I think that now these are no longer used.
They feed the sailors is quite diverse:
And now the most interesting.
The torpedo compartment:
And here is the suit that you want to put on if you decide to suddenly leave AWOL:
In the 40s and 50s emerged from submarines only through the torpedo tube. "Pretending to torpedo" - as the tour guide said. To do this, we needed a breathing apparatus.