Scotland's Secret Bunker (Fife) Reviews
Description:Underground Nuclear Command Centre, Crown Buildings, (near St Andrews), Fife, KY16 8QH tel = 01333 310301. Fax:01333 ... more
Newest Review: ... was shivering by the time I had made my way down the tunnel. As you go down the tunnel, historical information is provided about the Cold War, giving you all the essential background information that you will need to fully appreciate the role and purpose of the Secret Bunker. Once in the Bunker itself, I was extremely surprised by the size of it – it was massive, and there were many ... more
Customer Scotland's Secret Bunker (Fife) Reviews (2)
by - written on 22/05/03, updated on 22/05/03
secret flunker - Advantages: ok to hide from the rain, nice staff, good cafe(ran by outside staff) - Disadvantages: overpriced, cold and damp
by - written on 23/09/01, updated on 23/09/01 (Very useful, 803 readings)
Earlier this summer, my Dad came up to Scotland for a brief holiday, and we paid a visit to a fascinating place, just down the road from St Andrews, on the road to Anstruther. This place is known as Scotland’s Secret Bunker. First of all, I’ll give you a bit of background information and history… After World War II, which had ended with the first wartime example of the use of atomic bombs, the relations between the communist countries of the East, and the Western democracies deteriorated quickly. There was an unstable combination of both ideology and, more frighteningly, such devastating weapons. So, shortly after the war was over, ... Read the complete review
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