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Magazine A - view of inside top showing position above of large doors allowing missiles to be elevated to the surface.

Magazine C - Looking south in magazine C across the missile elevator pit.

Magazine A - Missiles were elevated up through steel doors here to the surface.

Magazine C - Ralph Wilkerson told us the GIs only climbed up the ladder. They always slid down!

Magazine A - Phase II era stairway down into the phase I (Nike Missile) era elevator pit. Note the concrete block room additions to accommodate radio relay crews.

Magazine C - Inside the south storage room showing pit that the elevator retracted into.

Magazine C - Access to Nike-Ajax Missile magazine C was through this single vertical shaft with a steel ladder that the US Army soldiers used from 1954 to 1961.

Magazine B - View from south missile storage room across the missile elevator pit into north missile storage room. Each room is 42' x 27' divided by the 9' wide pit making inside dimensions of the whole magazine 42' x 63' x 10' high to the bottom of the concrete roof beams and another 2.6' to roof area above the beams. Missile pointed to the left or west in this view.