Dubbed “The Ark Two,” the creation, spearheaded by 83-year-old Bruce Beach, sits 15 feet beneath the earth in the rural town of Horning’s Mills just outside of Toronto, Canada
It could accommodate a couple hundred people for several months. The bunker was designed to support a community, equipped with everything from months worth of food supplies to plumbing, a well, kitchen, laundry, library, dentist, nursery, daycare, ER/surgery room, and even a morgue.
Why buses? They were cheap (just $300 a pop) and have reinforced steel roofs, which make for ideal bomb shelter molds.