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The Essex Secret Bunker
Constructed in 1951 at a cost of around £500,000 it is a semi-sunk building providing a space of around 2,000 sq metres (14,000 sq ft). The walls are constructed of .75 metre (2ft approx) concrete which is strengthened every few centimetres with steel mesh. The roof is over 1 metre (3 ft approx) thick and the foundations are set in 3 metres of concrete. The entrances are protected by heavy blast walls and canopies, with outer blast doors made of tank steel.
link to Gallery
link to  AAOR display
link to First Aid Station
link to Radio room
link to County controllers Office
link to Communication centre
link to Central Operations
link to corridor
link to Map room