Moscow’s Cold War site evokes the unthinkable In bunker, echo of a tense then and now ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page David Filipov/Globe Staff The Cold War museum at Bunker-42 on Taganka has been letting its visitors touch off nuclear warfare for years, a show that seemed — until recently — a script from another time. David Filipov/Globe Staff In the wake of recent events in Russia and Ukraine, it’s a reminder of the worst that could happen when tensions boil over. David Filipov/Globe Staff Tour guide Fyodor Belousov demonstrated a model of a Soviet atomic bomb. David Filipov/Globe Staff Belousov moved through a corridor in the museum, which is located in a Cold War-era underground bunker that was designed to withstand a nuclear attack on Moscow. David Filipov/Globe Staff “You can imagine how hard it was to be here when the world was on the brink and any second nuclear war could break out,” Belousov said.