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Infiltration Forums > US: Southeast > Surface of the Dawsonville Nuclear Testing Facility(Viewed 863 times)
Fake location:
Georgia, USA
 
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Surface of the Dawsonville Nuclear Testing Facility
< on 12/16/2020 3:37 PM >
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Most of this site is underground, but a few structures peak above the surface.

peak inside the reactor by Fake, on Flickr
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small tunnel entrance by Fake, on Flickr
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looking down the pumphouse by Fake, on Flickr
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pumphouse interiorg by Fake, on Flickr
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exterior of reactor holder by Fake, on Flickr
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interior of building surrounding the reactor by Fake, on Flickr
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rebar hole interior by Fake, on Flickr
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rebar hole interior by Fake, on Flickr
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peak outside from rebar hole by Fake, on Flickr
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sealed ladder by Fake, on Flickr
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theres a lot more here to explore, I really want to attempt to enter the reactor room.


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seefoo location:
NoVA
 
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Re: Surface of the Dawsonville Nuclear Testing Facility
<Reply # 1 on 12/17/2020 5:02 AM >
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Looks cool. How extensive are those underground tunnels?



Fake location:
Georgia, USA
 
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Re: Surface of the Dawsonville Nuclear Testing Facility
<Reply # 2 on 12/17/2020 12:31 PM >
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Posted by seefoo
Looks cool. How extensive are those underground tunnels?


https://www.youtub...atch?v=wez7SMJtn8o





seefoo location:
NoVA
 
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Re: Surface of the Dawsonville Nuclear Testing Facility
<Reply # 3 on 12/17/2020 11:47 PM >
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Posted by Fake


https://www.youtub...atch?v=wez7SMJtn8o




Its a shame the lower levels are flooded!



brokenbits location:
Atlanta
 
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Re: Surface of the Dawsonville Nuclear Testing Facility
<Reply # 4 on 12/18/2020 5:25 AM >
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Hey! I was just here like two months ago! Was planning on making a thread but seems like you beat me to it :p

I knew that there were underground tunnels here from this post on the database when someone came in and dug a hole to access them, but I thought that had been filled back in! Had no idea there were still any access points down to the lower levels; guess I just didn't look hard enough lol

Great set! The pump house looks really cool, I tried to make it there on my trip but had to turn back cause I was running out of daylight. You've definitely convinced me I need to go back soon and find those spots I missed!

Since I'm at it, here's a couple pics from my visit (:















Fake location:
Georgia, USA
 
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Re: Surface of the Dawsonville Nuclear Testing Facility
<Reply # 5 on 12/18/2020 8:37 PM >
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Posted by brokenbits
Hey! I was just here like two months ago! Was planning on making a thread but seems like you beat me to it :p

I knew that there were underground tunnels here from this post on the database when someone came in and dug a hole to access them, but I thought that had been filled back in! Had no idea there were still any access points down to the lower levels; guess I just didn't look hard enough lol

Great set! The pump house looks really cool, I tried to make it there on my trip but had to turn back cause I was running out of daylight. You've definitely convinced me I need to go back soon and find those spots I missed!



Thanks so much for the post, I didn't see that, I have an idea on how to get into the reactor room but I had given up on the tunnels, but seeing this I may try again eventually. I would definitely recommend going back for the pumphouse, its tiny but very easy to get to and pretty cool.



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Re: Surface of the Dawsonville Nuclear Testing Facility
<Reply # 6 on 1/9/2021 4:40 AM >
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I remember doing a bunch of research with friends on this place years ago. Had a ton of PDF files somewhere for the Georgia Nuclear Aircraft Laboratory. Ga State and UGA had some good archival footage of it's construction and later the remediation plans. I remember a guy here years ago now called himself Ammoclip who had dug out various access points to the tunnels and got down there with an inflatable raft. If I'm correct there was even an old jeep stuck in a tunnel down there somewhere. Memories.

~O





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Georgia, USA
 
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Re: Surface of the Dawsonville Nuclear Testing Facility
<Reply # 7 on 1/10/2021 5:43 AM >
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Posted by Once-ler
I remember doing a bunch of research with friends on this place years ago. Had a ton of PDF files somewhere for the Georgia Nuclear Aircraft Laboratory. Ga State and UGA had some good archival footage of it's construction and later the remediation plans. I remember a guy here years ago now called himself Ammoclip who had dug out various access points to the tunnels and got down there with an inflatable raft. If I'm correct there was even an old jeep stuck in a tunnel down there somewhere. Memories.

~O




Id love to get down into the tunnels sometime, and yeah I saw A bunch of photos and videos of someone rafting in the tunnels, right now I'm working on entering the reactor.



Oelky location:
Atlanta- ITP
 
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Re: Surface of the Dawsonville Nuclear Testing Facility
<Reply # 8 on 1/10/2021 7:36 PM >
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Posted by Fake


Id love to get down into the tunnels sometime, and yeah I saw A bunch of photos and videos of someone rafting in the tunnels, right now I'm working on entering the reactor.


Nice work!! This place has always been very interesting. Did you lose cell service back there?



Fake location:
Georgia, USA
 
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Re: Surface of the Dawsonville Nuclear Testing Facility
<Reply # 9 on 1/11/2021 5:24 AM >
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Posted by Oelky


Nice work!! This place has always been very interesting. Did you lose cell service back there?


I use T-Mobile and it comes and goes in seemingly random places (mostly I had none), though I met another explorer there who said he had service almost the whole time. Are you wondering if droning is possible?


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sunn owo location:
Southeast US - GA + surrounding states
 
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Re: Surface of the Dawsonville Nuclear Testing Facility
<Reply # 10 on 1/12/2021 4:52 AM >
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Am a relatively local member to this location.

commenting to save and review at a later time, i'm sure later questions and comments will follow.




Behind the quiet is a great scare waiting to happen... pity its just a barn owl!
Oelky location:
Atlanta- ITP
 
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Re: Surface of the Dawsonville Nuclear Testing Facility
<Reply # 11 on 1/13/2021 1:31 AM >
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Posted by Fake


I use T-Mobile and it comes and goes in seemingly random places (mostly I had none), though I met another explorer there who said he had service almost the whole time. Are you wondering if droning is possible?


No, I just remember last time I had basically no service when I went to check it out.



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