The nuclear retreat, fitted with body bags, gas masks and a red telephone box, was used by Ministry of Defence in Legbourne, Lincolnshire
A Cold War bunker in the pretty UK countryside is up for sale for £25,000 and remains in its original condition.
The nuclear retreat, fitted with body bags, gas masks and a red telephone box, was used by Ministry of Defence in Legbourne, Lincolnshire.
Built in 1959, the small vault accommodated three observers in case of a nuclear attack, and was supplied with enough food and water for two weeks.
It is accessed via a 14ft shaft in a remote rural location, approximately four miles from the market town of Louth and around 11 miles as the crow flies from the North Sea coast.
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