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Large hospital

Post by wimve » 24 Dec 2013 16:46

Hello all,

Besides the 10cm KK I am still working on my "De Beer" 3D project.
At the moment I am modelling a large hospital bunker. But as always some questions pop up.
DeBeer_038_BA.jpg
The BRV drawing shows some extra rooms I don't know the exact purpose of:
1) should be an engine room, "Maschinenraum", (according the the internet). The room is hugh so does this mean it housed a generator ? If not what was the purpose ?

2) This small room puzzles me also. The drawing isn't clear if the wall is all the way up or lower with a opening in it. It is about 1x2m. What can it be for ?

3) Also according too the internet this should be the heater room. Is this true ?

At last, would a hospital also have antenna nices ?
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Wim
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Re: Large hospital

Post by AW » 24 Dec 2013 18:04

Hello,

yes a 639 had also Antennennischen...
the smal room "2" had a sliding door... AFAIK it is for medicaments?!
the Maschinenraum are for the Lüfter usw.

greetz

Alex
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Re: Large hospital

Post by AvB » 24 Dec 2013 20:27

High Alex, where in Denmark is this one?

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Re: Large hospital

Post by jopaerya » 24 Dec 2013 20:35

1,2,3
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Re: Large hospital

Post by AW » 24 Dec 2013 21:46

Ahh, Brennstoff... thats a bad medicine :)

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Re: Large hospital

Post by AW » 26 Dec 2013 00:31

AvB wrote:High Alex, where in Denmark is this one?
Hello Arthur,

it´s the 639 at Aarlborg.

greetz
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Re: Large hospital

Post by Bo2 » 26 Dec 2013 13:09

Bonjour

If this can help you:
The door of room 2 and the end of 1
R639 1_1.jpg
inside room 2
R639 2_1.jpg
room 1:
R639 3_1.jpg
R639 4_1.jpg
R639-1.jpg
Sorry nothing about 3, firmly condemned !!!
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Re: Large hospital

Post by Bo2 » 26 Dec 2013 13:14

Niches in left entrance:
R639 5_1.jpg
R639 6_1.jpg
R639 7_1.jpg
Niches in right entrance:
R639 8_1.jpg

The "things" at the rear are post war !

JF
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Re: Large hospital

Post by wimve » 26 Dec 2013 15:44

Wow, amazing set of pictures that is !

So there was a generator in front of room 2 which contained the fuel tanks.
A water tank for cooling water behind the door.

R10 gasfilter and pump along the wall with a connection through the outer wall and an air heater. Looks like the air pipe then goes through the wall to the other rooms .

Any idea why there are big concrete blocks on the ground at the opposite wall of romm 1 ? The water tanks where normally on the ground as far as I know. The clean waterpump would have a concrete block to stand on but that would not be so high or big.
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Wim
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Re: Large hospital

Post by Bo2 » 26 Dec 2013 16:41

Re
Any idea why there are big concrete blocks on the ground at the opposite wall of romm 1 ?
I don't know, bunker re used after war, I am not sure that's german made and hard (prohibited) to move something inside this bunker .

Photos made always with someone "sur les talons" :)

JF

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Re: Large hospital

Post by wimve » 26 Dec 2013 17:11

Start to look a like :
DeBeer_room1-2.jpg
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Re: Large hospital

Post by dirk Peeters » 26 Dec 2013 17:22

Wim that niche you designed here and who is visible at the superb photos of Bo is not always there
The 639 at Re 303 has also that niche and that machinesoccel
I ll think that niche is for that machine there
but on the 639 at Die 14 , the soccle and the niche are missing there .....
but maybe destroyed ?

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Re: Large hospital

Post by wimve » 26 Dec 2013 18:43

Hello Dirk,

I do know the problem. That is one of the reasonms I always ask questions.
The devil is in the details.
The brv drawings of De Beer are not always full of details. Even a "notausgang", antenna nices or chimney are not always on the drawings.

So I try to make the best of it.
They are called "Regelbau" but that doesn't make them all the same :milsmile:
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Wim
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Re: Large hospital

Post by dirk Peeters » 26 Dec 2013 19:48

yes i know the problems you are dealing with
Dirk

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Re: Large hospital

Post by jopaerya » 07 Jan 2016 17:17

Hello All

Any idea were this hospital was located , photo is from Ebay .

Regards Jos
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