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 Home Office took over the bunker and it became the Scottish Northern Zone Headquarters under the RGHQ system in 1973. It stayed as a bunker (also an open secret) for quite some time before Cultybraggan was built on an army base. Anstruther opened to the public as a museum in 1994      This is a shot of the guard house at Anstruther, directly on the other side of the cottage is the bunker, about 100m’s from the house. The stairs down to the tunnel are on the left hand side of the cottage and then the tunnel slopes downward to the bunker entrance.     Another shot of the guard house also showing the main gate, there is also an emergency exist at the back of the…