Complete List Of Secret Bunkers

  • RAF Bolt Head

    Hope Cove ROTOR

    Salcombe, Devon

    RAF Bolt Head, or Hope Cove was a World War II airfield and later the site of an R6 ROTOR bunker near Salcombe in Devon. The semi-sunk bunker made up part of the RAF's radar monitoring network.

  • Hortham Hospital

    Hortham Hospital

    Almondsbury, Bristol
    No Access

    A vast and disused hospital and later mental hospital. The site is in bad condition now-a-days after closing in the 80s. The hospital is known to be haunted by ex-patients, staff and people who have visited the hospital since it's closed.

  • Warning signs at Imber Village.

    Imber Village

    Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire
    Limited Access

    A small farming village requisitioned by the War Department in 1943, the residents were evicted and the village has been hidden from the public on Salisbury Plain ever since.

  • Kelvedon Hatch

    Kelvedon Hatch

    Brentwood, Essex
    Limited Access

    A 1950s Air Ministry bunker spread over three floors, accessible from a small cottage, the bunker is now open to the public as the "Secret Nuclear Bunker" museum.

  • Limpley Stoke Quarry

    Limpley Stoke Quarry

    Limpley Stoke, Wiltshire
    No Access

    Limpley Stoke is also known as Hayes Wood Quarry, after a 40 year gap this Bath stone quarry has returned to it's former use as a source of stone.

  • Little Sodbury ROC

    Little Sodbury ROC

    Little Sodbury, Gloucestershire
    Limited Access

    Little Sodbury ROC can be found in a field near New Tyning Lane and the junctions of Horton Hill, just off of the A46.

  • ROC vertical entrance hatch.

    Market Deeping ROC

    Market Deeping, Lincolnshire
    Full Access

    A former ROC post, complete with a small toilet room and a main room which still has metal bunk beds with sheets. The bunker has suffered some damage but still worth a look.

  • Maunsell Sea Forts - Red Sands

    Maunsell Sea Forts, Red Sands

    Thames Estuary
    Limited Access

    A stunning collection of fortified towers in the Thames estuary, built during the Second World War. The forts were manned until the late 1950s and were then famously used as a pirate radio studio.

  • RAF Rudloe Manor Passenger Lift

    MOD Corsham

    Corsham, Wiltshire
    No Access

    Now known by the name MOD Corsham and formerly JSU Corsham (Joint Service Unit) and RAF Rudloe Manor. A large military site which sits directly above the MOD's underground tunnel complex. During the Second World War the underground site made up part of a massive ammunitions depot and the world's largest underground factory. Later these tunnels became a government's emergency relocation site and various communication bunkers were also set up here.

  • Monks Park Quarry

    Monks Park Quarry

    Neston, Wiltshire
    No Access

    Monks Park is divided into two sections, one part is still a working stone quarry while the other part was once a Royal Navy storage depot but is now occupied by Leafield Engineering who make components for the defence industry and commercial users.

  • Monkton Farleigh District 20

    Monkton Farleigh Mine

    Monkton Farleigh, Wiltshire
    No Access

    This former Bath stone quarry was converted in to a sub-depot of the Central Ammunitions Depot. The site consists of two areas, the main storage area - districts 12 to 18 and connect via a drift, districts 19 and 20. Each storage district was divided up in to numbered storage bays, passage ways were fitted with conveyor to transport crates of ammunition around the mine.

  • Moorgreen Hospital

    Moorgreen Hospital

    West End, Southampton, Hampshire
    Limited Access

    This abandoned hospital has two parts, the main building is four floors and a smaller building which consists of two floors. Vandals and thieves have destroyed much of what remains of the mental health hospital which closed in 2011.

  • Nocton Hall

    Nocton Hall

    Nocton, Lincolnshire
    Limited Access

    Beautiful burnt out hall, formerly a hospital used by the RAF.

  • Northern Storm Water Interceptor

    Northern Storm Water Interceptor

    No Access

    Bristol's Northern Storm-water Interceptor, nicknamed 'The Motherload' by drainers, is a massive storm-water drain which acts as a flood prevention measure for Bristol.

  • Another of the bunker's main corridors.

    Paddock Bunker

    Dollis Hill, London
    No Access

    Paddock was Winston Churchill's alternate Cabinet War Room bunker for World War II, constructed in 1939 but only visited once by the Prime Minister before it was abandoned in 1944.

  • Parcel Force Bristol

    Parcel Force Bristol

    No Access

    Ex-Royal Mail/Parcel Force sorting depot with connection to Bristol's Temple Meads station.

  • Park Lane Quarry

    Park Lane Quarry

    Neston, Wiltshire
    No Access

    Park Lane Quarry is consists of 500 meters of underground workings spread over 100 square-meters, it can be found less than half a mile from larger Ridge Quarry.

  • Pickwick Quarry

    Pickwick Quarry

    Corsham, Wiltshire
    No Access

    Also known as Hartham Park, it was Bath stone until 1939 when it became a temporary naval store, the stores were then transferred to Dean Hill and quarrying continued. In the 80s the quarry became a quarry museum.

  • PINDAR Bunker

    PINDAR Bunker

    Whitehall, London
    No Access

    PINDAR is a secure government bunker complex, constructed in the 1990s beneath the Ministry of Defence headquarters on Whitehall in Central London.

  • Portland ROTOR

    Portland ROTOR

    Portland, Dorset
    No Access

    A single story, underground operations block constructed in 1950 as part of a project to provided complete radar cover for the UK, it went in to operation in 1953. The site is now in private ownership.

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