Facility Dossier Site-DE7
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SCP Foundation Facility Dossier


Official Designation: Special Maritime Containment Site-DE7

Site Identification Code: AQA-DE7

General information


Usage: Site-DE7 is partially located in the lock facilities of the Kiel Canal and in the facilities of the Brunsbüttel Nuclear Power Plant (KKB), which continues to operate underground and has been declared decommissioned for the public. The North Sea seaport, located on the Elbe River, is one of the most important hubs for connecting the Foundation's maritime sites and is used for loading and unloading Foundation cargo ships. Furthermore, part of the fleet and maritime MTFs of the German Foundation are located here.

Founded: 15. October 2007

Location: Brunsbüttel, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany

Cover: Publicly known as the decommissioned Brunsbüttel Nuclear Power Plant

Function: Maritime HQ and Logistics Center North Germany, containment of maritime and maritime-cultural anomalies, storage of material and non-hazardous anomalies, loading and unloading of Foundation cargo vessels.

  • HQ: At the decommissioned Brunsbüttel Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) in Brunsbüttel, Dithmarschen District, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
  • Outpost A: Connected locks of the Kiel Canal Brunsbüttel
  • Outpost B (Cuxhaven): A small part of the Nordholz Air Base, as well as the Cuxhaven jetty for maritime MTF's
  • Outpost C (Helgoland): Helicopter Airfield SAR Helgoland

Size: 10.000 m2 above ground 36.500 m2 subterranean.


Designation Location
DE7/A Brunsbüttel
DE7/B Cuxhaven
DE7/C Helgoland

Above Ground Stucture


Main Site-DE7

Main Access: The main access to Site-DE7 is located on the site of the former Brunsbüttel Power Plant and can be reached via a monitored access road. Authorized vehicles are directed inside the complex, where ramps and freight elevators located in the building lead to the underground portion of the site. Site-DE7 itself does not have a port above water, ships are unloaded into a part of the North Sea Port secured by RTF DE7- 𝕾 "Seeratten" (i.e. Sea Rats) and the goods are then transported to the site by land, submarine or helicopter. Currently, the Visitor Information Center is declared closed and information on the dismantling of the NPP has been released to television stations and information websites.

  • Guard Post Staff: Several guard posts have been established along the roads and connecting paths within the former power plant buildings, as well as within the assigned portion of the North Sea Port. At any given time, there are at least thirty RTF DE7- 𝕾 guards on duty throughout the site. Each guard is equipped with an HK SFP9, pepper spray, taser pistols, telescopic baton, and has access to three HK MP5N submachine guns, M47 Dragon bazookas, and various types of hand grenades in case of emergency. Guards check the cargo of all vehicles requesting to pass through the main entrance or entering the port and have access to various sensory equipment and a sniffer dog squadron.
  • Side Access Points: Site-DE7 has numerous emergency exits on its property that are normally locked and can only be opened from the inside. Furthermore, there is a docking area for ships on the riverbank, although this is rarely used due to the attention such vehicles cause. Much more frequently used is the underwater submarine access, which allows small submersible vessels to enter a special submarine harbor.

Main Building: The main building and surrounding infrastructure date back to the original construction of the Brunsbüttel Nuclear Power Plant and, together with the reactor towers, is still operated in its original function, even though the cooling water is fed directly back into the Elbe River instead of through the vents after a cooling phase. The walls and gates of the building have been reinforced in accordance with the guidelines for nuclear power plants, but the site is the most fragile of all the headquarters of the Germanophone Foundation. The lower floors, however, have been upgraded and are reinforced to meet current Foundation standards. It should be noted that the floors listed here are again divided into several basement levels, but they have been combined here for ease of reference.

  • Ground Floor: On the first floor there is the entrance hall as well as the reception and the entrance to the central elevator and staircase complex, which extends through all floors. Also located here are storage facilities for goods to be temporarily stored and the accounting department.
  • Floors 1-2 : On these floors are additional storage facilities, several recreational facilities for employees, such as a ping-pong room and a movie theater, the infirmary, and accommodations for personnel in transit.
  • Floor 3: This floor houses the site staff and administration.

Annex Buildings: The numerous annex buildings of the former Brunsbüttel Power Station are now used as warehouses for goods freshly received or soon to be shipped. Only normal goods are stored on the surface. Anomalous goods and foundation technology are stored in the main building, preferably in the underground premises, and are not moved until the arrival of the assigned transport.

Subtereanean Structure

  • Floor U-1 This floor is used to store anomalous goods and critical materials that require special security against theft. The sub-floor has numerous storage units with reinforced walls and doors that have various security measures, depending on the goods stored. Also housed here are the barracks of the resident RTFs and MTFs, as well as the diving workshop of MTF DE7-𝔏 "Wracktaucher" (i.e Wreck Divers).
  • Floor U-2 On this floor is the subway station connecting site DE7 with site DE12. There is also a small submarine harbor here that allows small submarines to dock from the Elbe River. These can enter the site through a hatch in the riverbed of the Elbe. Furthermore, the site's research facilities are located on this floor, as well as containment space for Safe-class anomalies and anomalous objects without SCP classification.
  • Floor U-3 This floor houses the Euclid-class anomalies contained at the site, though there are also containment facilities for temporary custody of Keter anomalies before they are transferred to more appropriate containment facilities. This area is secured by deployable automatic KBA machine guns and can be flooded with water on a sector-by-sector basis as needed, sealing the containment cells watertight and keeping them habitable for up to five days.

Outpost B (Cuxhaven)


Outpost B, Cuxhaven

The Foundation has acquired some of the infrastructure at Nordholz Air Base and uses it as a base for air strikes, reconnaissance flights and outposts to transport goods by air. This includes part of the jetty where some Foundation warships are anchored. Transportation to the site is provided by trucks. RTF DE7-𝕾 "Seeratten" is based here with a detachment to protect the facility, however, there are no special fortification measures as this site is already secured by the German military. In emergencies, resources from Naval Air Wing 5, which is based here, can be requisitioned, and involved non-foundation personnel are amnesticized after the emergency is over.

Outpost C (Helgoland)


Outpost C, Helgoland Düne

Similar to Outpost B, the Foundation owns some buildings of the Helgoland-Düne airfield and uses it to monitor the North Sea area with the help of airplanes and helicopters. This task is supported by the submarine fleet of Site-DE25. However, since Helgoland-Düne is a civilian airfield, only civilian aircraft or combat aircraft disguised as civilian vehicles can take off and land here. RTF DE7- 𝕾 "Seeratten" is based here along with several other MTFs to respond quickly in case of emergency.



The guards (from left to right) Weimar, Kuzu and Parvati during the inauguration of the SCPS Störtebecker.

Site-Director: O4-13

Head of Administration: Dieter Wagner

Head of Security: Alrik Bernson

Head of RTF DE7- 𝕾 (9-Seth "Seeratten"): Majorin Kerstin Benthaus-Aalderink

Head of Naval Aviation Squadrons: Fregattenkapitän Bernd Flügge

Head of Research and Developement: Professor Hailka Schwab

Head of Infirmary: Dr. Frank Natan Stein

head of Logistics: Dipl. Ing. Frank Thiede-Grahm

Head of Maintenance: Hans-Peter Richter

Head of Planning and Construction: Zacharias Kein

Personel on-site

    Doctors: 19

    Researcher: 28

    Administrative Personnel: 11

    Maintenance and Supply: 98

    Security Personnel: 110

    D Class: 15
    Construction Personnel: 25

    Other Personnel: 121

Anomalies housed in Site-DE7

ID # Object Class
SCP-177-DE Euclid
SCP-159-DE Euclid
SCP-272-DE Euclid

Additional Information

Site-DE7 was acquired by the Foundation in 2007 after SCP-201-DE attacked and partially destroyed the Brunsbüttel Nuclear Power Plant. For better disinformation, the Foundation acquired the nuclear power plant, which was now unusable for the federal government, and later upgraded it to a full-fledged site to facilitate logistics in the North Sea. This conversion was completed in 2011.

Since 2009, Site-DE7 has been used as the headquarters for several outposts that the parent Foundation established after World War II to monitor anomalous activity in the North Sea. This action was undertaken to facilitate containment and monitoring efforts in the North Sea. This effort has been supported since 2012 by Site-DE25, which has provided Site-DE7 with additional resources for other tasks.

Since 2014, Site-DE7 has been the headquarters for all research groups tasked with studying the ancient civilization of the "Atlantids," after the first artifacts of this people were already stored and studied at this site.

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