“The remains of the cold war”
**This place is on private property. Listing for informational purposes only. Please do not visit without express permission from the land owner.** The Martin Marietta SM-68A/HGM-25A Titan I was the United States' first multistage Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM). Incorporating the latest design technology when designed and manufactured, the Titan I provided an additional nuclear deterrent to complement the U.S. Air Force's SM-65 Atlas missile. It was the first in a series of Titan rockets, but was unique among them in that it used LOX and RP-1 as propellants, while the later Titan versions all used storeable fuels instead. Though the SM-68A was operational for only three years, it was an important step in building the Air Force's strategic nuclear forces. HGM-25A Titan I ICBM 1961–1965 Operated three missile sites: (1 August 1960-25 June 1965) 725-A, 14 miles SE of Watkins, Colorado 39°35′15″N 104°27′42″W 725-B, 4 miles NNE of Deer Trail, Colorado 39°40′06″N 104°01′41″W 725-C, 5 miles SSE of Elisabeth, Colorado 39°18′54″N 104°33′43″W
Stay away, Enjoy the pictures but do not make the mistake My friends and i did. We and everyone else caught on the land will be criminally prosecuted. The dangers underground are assumed to just be asbestos but theres no telling the structural integrity of the silo and if any other chemicals are present. The ladder is bound to give at some point soon. Please do yourself the favor and stay away. You will be prosecuted
Was there today July 15 th 2014 wow bring some lights it's the darkest place ever u don't have to worry there r no notresspassing signs park behind the hills no one will know you need big flashlights my headlamp was like a candle it's crazy don't go unless prepared
Don't go there anymore. The land owners there called the cops on my and my buddies and we all got nabbed for trespassing. We parked behind the hills, and made sure to stay away from view of all the houses. They must drive around and patrol, because there's absolutely no way they could have seen us from their houses. It's an interesting place, but it's just the shell of what it used to be. It's completely empty inside, besides lots of garbage, beer cans, and shotgun shells. It would have been much cooler to see it with the equipment still inside. Some of it is completely unreachable due to massive flooding inside the complex
If you go at night, make sure you don't have any lights on. The property owner will come in his serial killer truck. Hell, all of us had a "get the hell out" feeling and not more than ten minutes after leaving, the property owner drove to the entrance. From what I've heard he probably might kill someone, and since he has silos he can hide the body in, why not?
Just be stealthy
This was the home of the United States' first multistage Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM). The Titan I was intended to serve as a deterrent, and complement the USAF's SM-65 Atlas missile.
me and my friends went there today november 6th 2018 broad day we pulled right up broad day farmers have to have seen us theres no way maybe since its been so long theyve stopped caring we parked behind a hill and sat there for a bit and was fine positive people saw us there is no way but if you go there just now the entrance is now welded shut so u have to try and sqeeuze thru the two little dug out holes im 249 and sqeuuzed thru the right side you feel like ur gonna get stuck but just control your breathing and you will be fine 100% bring masks and good bright bright lights it is dark as fuck of course they go insanley deep and u still need to watch your step alot of it is a balancing act so be good at balancing haha but defintly take a mask it us hard to breath down there as of when we went we found to flat laid down blankets and fresh water were pretty sure who ever it was ran and hide when they heard us but if you go there if something of the sort is there please leave it alone whoever is out there should be respected and obviously wants to be hidden and away from people so respect there stuff if u see it please there is alot of vandilism alot of cool graffiti and because ik people are already thinking about it why tf would we go midday because we are on a roadtrip and said fuck it people saw us pull up there there is no way they didnt see us at any point so dont really go with what people have said to much on here because people post shit like that to get people to not go defintly a awesome base especially for being one of the first icbm bases its reallllly deep and goes far we went in there at 2pm didnt get out till 530 pm and we still didnt go far enough you can easly find the blueprints of the building but defintly a awesomw place to go if u can fit in thru the holes just be careful and safe cause theres no phone service at all down there so you and who are with you are the only savoirs you will have so be smart
Don't go. We were there and tried to get in around the grate. It's a good thing we couldn't because as we were leaving we saw the crazy farmer coming in his truck. We got out of there just in time.
Don't get me wrong: the place is amazing. If you're looking for good urban exploration, this is it. BUT it's not worth it! My buddies and I went there (today) for a few hours and got caught. You cannot park your car anywhere that they won't look. When we finally left, we were greeted by a police officer and charged with class 2 tresspassing. Now I've got to go to court and pay a big fine. And the misdemeanor on my record NEVER goes away! Very fun, but so not worth it.
Does anyone have the land owners Name, number, or any type of information? I would like to contact him/her as a team and I are trying to do a documentary on this particular place. Our job or past jobs in the military have been Chem or Nuclear related and found this place to be very intriguing. Any information would be very helpful!
I visited in March of 2015. This place is amazing. You will definitely need to bring a breathing mask, as the air is full of dust and probably asbestos. Wear sturdy shoes and bring a strong flashlight and headlamp, or several. It is very dark down there. Be aware that there are many places where you could easily fall and severely injure yourself, so be careful. There is standing water in a lot of places too. For more info, check out an article I wrote about my visit: http://www.placesthatwere.com/2016/01/huge-abandoned-titan-i-icbm-nuclear.html
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