Complete List Of Secret Bunkers

  • Poulton Quarry

    Poulton Quarry

    Bradford-On-Avon, Wiltshire
    No Access

    A small stone quarry, just off of the main road through the small town of Bradford on Avon, since closing the tunnels have been put to several other uses.

  • Predannack Airfield

    Predannack Airfield

    The Lizard , Cornwall
    Full Access

    Predannack is owned by the MOD and the main part of the airfield is used for Navy fire and rescue training by RNAS Culdrose. The derelict planes and helicopters are on the disued part on very south side of the airfield.

  • Primary Network Control Center (PNCC)

    Primary Network Control Centre

    Corsham, Wiltshire
    No Access

    To the Western end of Tunnel Quarry was an area which was the proposed number 1 district as part of the ammo stores, however due to a severe geological fault this area was never developed by Royal Engineers however the air ministry did make use of it 1943 when they converted it in to South West Control, a military communications centre which operated up until the 1990s.

  • Protected Area Wood Norton

    Protected Area Wood Norton

    Wood Norton, Worcestershire
    No Access

    Situated not far from Evesham and hidden beneath a wooded hillside, a transmission tower is the only clue to motorists of its existence as they pass by on the busy A44 in Worcestershire, this is PAWN (Protected Area Wood Norton).

  • Racton Monument

    Racton Monument

    Racton, West Sussex
    Full Access

    Racton Monument, or the Racton Ruin as it's known locally is a hilltop folly on the edge of Standtead Park in West Sussex. It has been abandoned and derelict for many years despite their being a planning proposal to develop the folly and turn it in to a residential dwelling.

  • RAF Chilmark

    RAF Chilmark Ammunition Stores

    Chilmark, Wiltshire
    Limited Access

    Former RAF site is unused and old building lie with doors open. Fences and gates with various hole.

  • RAF Upwood

    RAF Upwood

    Upwood, Cambridgeshire
    Limited Access

    Upwood is a former non-flying RAF station near the village of Upwood. The site as it stands today started its life under the control of the US Air Force in 1981, much of the site was closed in the mid-90s, leaving it many buildings and underground spaces to decay.

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    Rear Battery

    Salisbury Plain, Market Lavington, Wiltshire
    No Access

    Nicknamed the "737 Bunker" due to there being half a Boeing 737 next to it, it is located on the Salisbury Plain and used for weapons testing.

  • Redcliffe Caves

    Redcliffe Caves

    Limited Access

    A complex of man made caves under Bristol carved out of red sandstone. The caves are open to the public for one or two weekends a year, more details can be found on the Axbridge Caving Club website.

  • Kitchen Corner, The Gower

    Rhossili Boathouse

    Kitchen Corner, Rhossili Bay, The Gower, South Wales
    No Access

    Rhossili Beach is one of the most stunning beaches in the UK and the walk along Worms Head overlooking the bay is breathtaking, but have you ever spotted the small abandoned boathouse on the headland and wondered what it is?

  • Ridge Quarry

    Ridge Quarry

    Neston, Wiltshire
    No Access

    Originally quarried for Bath stone up until 1914, it was later put in to use by the War Department as a sub-depot of the Central Ammunitions Depot Corsham.

  • Rocks Quarry

    Rocks Quarry

    Colerne, Wiltshire
    Full Access

    The Rocks is one of the smallest of the Bath stone quarries, it consists of just one passageway about 200 meters in length, stone from the quarry was used to build the near-by estate of the same name.

  • Little Sodbury ROC

    Royal Observer Corps Posts


    The Royal Observer Corps' main task was identifying hostile aircraft until the 50's, the start of the Cold War. The increasing threat of nuclear attack promoted the House of Commons to announce that the ROC was to be chosen for the new role of reporting nuclear blasts and monitoring fall-out, this lead to the job of building 1,563 underground monitoring posts across the country.

  • Salisbury Urban District Control Centre

    Salisbury Urban District Control Centre

    Salisbury, Wiltshire
    Limited Access

    Now disused, the Salisbury UD control bunker is a fairly small but really well built bunker, which was put in to use in 1963.

  • Sandhill Park Estate

    Sandhill Park Estate

    Bishops Lydeard, Somerset
    No Access

    Originally the Lethbridge family home, it was used as an army hospital during the WW2 and then put in to use as a hospital for handicapped children by the local council, it has since been closed down.

  • Sands Quarry

    Sands Quarry

    Corsham, Wiltshire
    No Access

    Sands is a fairly small quarry connecting to the Southern end of Spring Quarry, it is only about 13,000 square meters. Sands is used as an emergency exit. Reflective metal checkpoints guide the way from the Spring Quarry emergency exit to surface slope shaft of Sands Quarry lit only be a torch light.

  • Severalls Hospital

    Severalls Hospital

    Colchester, Essex
    No Access

    Severalls Hospital is an abandoned psychiatric hospital in Colchester, built in 1910 and it its peaked could care for 2,000 patients.

  • Singleway Mine

    Singleway Mine

    Bath, Somerset
    No Access

    A small quarry spread through out a hill top near Bath University, a great example of a stone quarry from this era.

  • Part of the underground factory in Spring Quarry.

    Spring Quarry

    Corsham, Wiltshire
    No Access

    A large stone quarry which was converted by the air ministry during WWII, the quarry housed the world's largest underground factory. Later it became Royal Navy stores and part of the factory was converted in the government's emergency relocation site in the event of nuclear attack. Spring Quarry joins the south edge Tunnel Quarry, it also joins the smaller abandoned Sands Quarry.

  • Stockwell Deep Level Shelter

    Stockwell Deep Level Shelter

    Stockwell, London
    No Access

    During the Second World War eight deep level shelters were built underneath stations on the Northern Line. The Stockwell shelter was completed in 1942 and was used as a public shelter for a year in 1944. The shelter is now used as document archiving warehouse.

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