World War 2 Bunker Found In Back Garden

Posted on May 25, 2018

Chris Scott was having his Marton Avenue home renovated when he decided to investigate what he thought was a drain cover. But it turned out to be the entrance to a concrete-lined, two-room bunker, big enough for more than 50 people. The married father-of-one, 40, said he plans to turn the bunker into a wine cellar or an office. “Our neighbours had mentioned something about a bunker, but to be honest we didn’t think any more about it,” Mr Scott said. “When my builder suggested having a look at what was under the cover, we opened it up and saw a 10ft metal ladder leading down into the darkness. We initially used our mobile phones to look round and couldn’t believe what we saw.”

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