Between 1955 and 1991, more than 1,500 of these underground facilities were located right across the UK, roughly 10 miles apart mainly in remote rural locations. They were of a standard design and constructed of 7 inch thick, steel-reinforced concrete 20 feet beneath the ground

Cutaway illustration showing the interior of a typical Royal Observer Corps underground nuclear monitoring post or bunker.

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home-security at least make it a slide for speed...and the grandkids will love it!

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Concrete bunker in the Netherlands transformed into a tiny vacation home. #bunkerplans

How To Build A Doomsday Family Bunker

War Bunker Refurbishment by B-ILD An abandoned war bunker transformed into a highly original holiday home

This would be great in a pantry or storm bunker. I would paint it white! Canned food storage. Not taking up a lot of space. #bunkerplans

How To Build A Doomsday Family Bunker

Small Space Food Storage Ideas - Rotating Canned Food Storage - this is a clever idea and it doesn't take up much room - via My Family Essentials

Building a bunker could be a great choice as there are at least dozen SHTF scenarios where your life can be saved by having an underground bunker to hide and spend some time in. So, the idea of making a bunker is great for every survivalist enthusiast and a definite ... #bunkerplans

How To Build A Doomsday Family Bunker

Unbeknownst to the thousands of passengers that pass through the station each day, right under their feet, between platforms 2 and 3 at the Gare de l'Est lie                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

"Between platforms 2 and 3 at the Gare de l’Est lies an old concrete World War II bomb shelter.

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