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  2. Sep 23, 2020 · According to the Kansas City Star, in 2017 the hollowed out silo was going for $325,000. A look inside the Oscar-01 launch facility at the Whiteman Air Force Base. The retired launch site has been opened to the public for tours.

  3. Aerial view of the Delta-09 launch facility view towards southwest, 1992. NPS HAER "A nuclear missile silo is one of the quintessential Great Plains objects: to the eye, it is almost nothing, just one or two acres of ground with a concrete slab in the middle and some posts and poles sticking up behind an eight-foot-high cyclone fence: but to the imagination, it is the end of the world."

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    Site 1 - Rock Creek, Kansas. Site 2 - Worden, Kansas. Site 3 - Waverly, Kansas. Site 4 - Burlingame, Kansas. Site 5 - Bushong, Kansas. Site 6 - Dover, Kansas. Site 7 - Wamego, Kansas. Site 8 - Delia, Kansas. Site 9 - Holton, Kansas.

  5. Nukewatch’s Missile Silo Project, which resulted in the mapping of one thousand missile silo sites across the country, was intended to be a high profile project capable of furthering public discussion on nuclear weapons. At all six missile fields, local activists volunteered to drive the countryside and record driving directions to all ...

  6. Mar 18, 2020 · Just 25 miles west of Topeka, this unique structure hides mostly underground. Ed and Dianna Peden bought this Cold War Atlas E nuclear missile silo and spent the last 33 years renovating it into ...

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