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Discover Essex's Cold War secrets.

nuclear - Discover Essex's Cold War secrets. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: $7 (adult) Time: 2-3 hours
During the 1960s and 70s, nuclear attack seemed an alarming possibility. So where would local government and civil servants shelter if the South East was hit? The answer was Kelveden Hatch which housed a secret bunker under the Essex countryside, equipped with dormitories, RAF facilities and even a BBC broadcast studio. Explore this reminder of the nuclear age - and even get a cup of tea from the underground canteen.
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