History simply rocks.
Inside the secretive subterranean facility where a $5 billion business stores the files of Fortune 1000 companies
Today, a majority of the items stored are in the form of paper documents or tapes. In the '70s and '80s, however, the space hosted more interesting valuables, including musical instruments, antiques, and celebrity memorabilia. An art collector even stored many of her paintings here. At the same time, executives from some major companies — Exxon and Shell, for example — built sometimes elaborate fallout shelters in the mine, where they would stay in the event a nuclear war broke out.
A Russian Ace was shot down over Nazi Germany, dragged himself 18 days to Soviet territory and had to have his legs amputated. Afterward, he mastered his prosthetics and returned to flying combat missions.
Soviet fighter I-16, is stranded on a landing, "the belly". Picture taken by German soldiers, one of them near the plane