It could be a number of Big Dig projects going on in major cities. Chicago has tunnels being built that are that big for water to replace the aging
system. New York City is another one with the same type of project going on.
It almost looks like a vault of some sort. I remember when they were putting a big underground reservoir and water treatment plant there were some
photos that the city published. the initial holes looked sorta like that just not so deep.
Looks like a vault to hold something. what I don't know
There is a big project to bring in fresh water to Mexico City. There was a program on one of the cable channels (I don't remember which) on the
plans, and they were just starting it.
It could also be a large vault, as most large cities have them. One vault in New York City has more gold than Fort Knox in it.
I don't think the photo is a tunnel to Dulce, but I am a little skeptical of underground base claims. I won't deny the possibility of them, but a
little more evidence is needed other than the stories that are out there. There is a lot of logistical and other support to maintain a base with a
population of 1000. There would be a lot of secondary evidence to support it (traffic, an active air strip, power lines or coal to feed the power
needs of the base, etc).
The article seems to state that all the photos are underground systems tied to secret UFO bases. The pictures themselves are of maintenance tunnels.
On a side note, the US was working on a tunnel system for the MX systems. They were going to use underground trains to move the missiles around so the
enemy would not know where they were. This was during the Reagan Administration, and the program was allegedly stopped for lack of resources and the
eventual end of the Cold War. I do not know if some, all or none of the tunnels were ever completed, but given the secrecy in the government, the
tunnel system could be alive and well.
Your thread title seems to ask if the photo you posted is located in Dulce. There is nothing on the post, or in the URL, indicating anything remotely
related to Dulce, NM. Where the hell did you get the pic?
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