#FBF: The luxurious Kessler Park fallout shelter

Photos by Danny Fulgencio
Photo by Danny Fulgencio

End times never looked so good.

There are several fallout shelters in Oak Cliff, but none quite as posh as this one in the backyard of a Kessler Park home, which we profiled in 2013.

The shelter, built in 1961, was made to house three people for seven days. The original homeowner, dentist J.G. Mullhollan, blasted through limestone to build the underground shelter, which measures 12-feet by 6-feet and was insulated using molten lead.

Read all about the shelter and see more photos here.

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