All the books below have been used in my site, mainly on the airfields page but also in other parts of the site. There are more books to follow, I’ve just bought a couple of new books on airfields. All books was edited by an assignment writing help australia service. This a excellent book for local airfield research, its good reading and is available in the the libraries at Chelmsford and Southend.Graham Smith is an excellent historian a...

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This Building is the Epping Forest District Council Training and Emergency Centre. The trip to the the centre was organized some time ago and a number of Subbrit members visited the bunker on 5th January 2000. The bunker is outside the perimeter of North Weald Air field, and was once part of the airfield acting as the operations room. Also in the compound which contains the emergency centre is another surface block house which was used as a de...

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The old emergency centre is on the Fort Fareham industrial estate, quite a lot of the old fort is still visible, as you drive on the the industrial estate the old magazine which holds the bunker is set back of the road on the left handside, the visit which took place on 28th March 2001 was organized by Keith Ward and attended by a number of Subbrit members. Behind the caravan you come to the main entrance, two large concrete and steel blast do...

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  Scotland’s secret bunker is at Anstruther, fife, near St. Andrews. The site first started life as an RAF radar station in early World War Two, over the years it was equipped with different types of radar units, all of which have long since gone from the site.The two level underground Rotor Bunker was built in the 1950’s with the standard bungalow design style guard room. When the Rotor system became defunct the Home Office t...

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  The emergency centre at Castle Point Borough Council was the last to build in Essex along with the emergency centre at Uttlesford District Council and was finished just before the end of the Cold War. The centre is in the basement of the extension to the council offices. The centre along with the other part of the basement which is not protected was built at a cost of £500,000, 75% of which was paid for by the government.     ...

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On Wednesday 31st January four members of Subbrit visited the Reading War room on the Main Reading University campus at Whiteknights, those present were Keith Ward, Steve Fox and Duncan Halford (who arrange the trip). The bunker is on the South side of the Campus behind the new Agricultural building. (You can get to the bunker from the Earley Gate entrance), it is a two floored semi sunk oblong bunker on an east/west alignment which was built ...

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The Bunker at Kelvedon Hatch was built in 1952 and completed in August 1953 by the Air Ministry and is a R4 bunker with three floors and a traditional looking cottage which acts as an entrance. The bunker began its life as the Fighter Command Metropolitan Sector Operations Centre under the ROTOR system, this continued until the 1960’s when ROTOR became obsolete and the life of the bunker changed. For a short while it was under Civil Defe...

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Best World War II History
General / November 19, 2017

All the books below have been used in my site, mainly on the airfields page but also in other parts of the site. There are more books to follow, I’ve just bought a couple of new books on airfields. All books was edited by an assignment writing help australia service. This a excellent book for local airfield research, its good reading and is available in the the libraries at Chelmsford and Southend.Graham Smith is an excellent h...

Epping Forest District Council Stand By Emergency Centre
General / October 29, 2017

This Building is the Epping Forest District Council Training and Emergency Centre. The trip to the the centre was organized some time ago and a number of Subbrit members visited the bunker on 5th January 2000. The bunker is outside the perimeter of North Weald Air field, and was once part of the airfield acting as the operations room. Also in the compound which contains the emergency centre is another surface block house which was us...

Fareham Borough Council bunker Decommissioned
General / October 7, 2017

The old emergency centre is on the Fort Fareham industrial estate, quite a lot of the old fort is still visible, as you drive on the the industrial estate the old magazine which holds the bunker is set back of the road on the left handside, the visit which took place on 28th March 2001 was organized by Keith Ward and attended by a number of Subbrit members. Behind the caravan you come to the main entrance, two large concrete and stee...

What Do You Know About the Scotland’s Secret Bunker?
General / September 4, 2017

  Scotland’s secret bunker is at Anstruther, fife, near St. Andrews. The site first started life as an RAF radar station in early World War Two, over the years it was equipped with different types of radar units, all of which have long since gone from the site.The two level underground Rotor Bunker was built in the 1950’s with the standard bungalow design style guard room. When the Rotor system became defunct the Hom...

Castle Point Borough Councils Emergency Centre
General / August 18, 2017

  The emergency centre at Castle Point Borough Council was the last to build in Essex along with the emergency centre at Uttlesford District Council and was finished just before the end of the Cold War. The centre is in the basement of the extension to the council offices. The centre along with the other part of the basement which is not protected was built at a cost of £500,000, 75% of which was paid for by the government. &nbs...

Reading War room on the Main Reading University campus at Whiteknights
General / July 1, 2017

On Wednesday 31st January four members of Subbrit visited the Reading War room on the Main Reading University campus at Whiteknights, those present were Keith Ward, Steve Fox and Duncan Halford (who arrange the trip). The bunker is on the South side of the Campus behind the new Agricultural building. (You can get to the bunker from the Earley Gate entrance), it is a two floored semi sunk oblong bunker on an east/west alignment which ...

Secrets of The Bunker at Kelvedon Hatch
General / June 6, 2017

The Bunker at Kelvedon Hatch was built in 1952 and completed in August 1953 by the Air Ministry and is a R4 bunker with three floors and a traditional looking cottage which acts as an entrance. The bunker began its life as the Fighter Command Metropolitan Sector Operations Centre under the ROTOR system, this continued until the 1960’s when ROTOR became obsolete and the life of the bunker changed. For a short while it was under ...