At One Time, There May Have Been As Many As 18,000 Nuclear Fallout Shelters Dotted Around New York

United States of America Fallout shelter sign
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On a sunny August Friday, people stream past the ornate, Art Deco US Post Office building in Manhattan’s East Village, where its forlorn and faded “Fallout Shelter” plaque is an ominous reminder, however distant, of today’s nuclear threat. The yellow and white metal sign on the Cooper Station Post Office is one of perhaps thousands that…


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