TAKE a look inside the Royal Cold War bunker where The Queen and her family would have fled had there ever been a nuclear attack on Britain. The overgrown, graffiti-clad area gives no indication of what lies beneath, but these pictures have revealed the bunker at Barnton Quarry. Pictures give a glimpse into the run-down remains of one of the UK’s Regional Seats of Government, which would have acted as a base for operations in the event of a Soviet nuclear attack. If the defenses had not worked this is where Britain’s royal family could have faced their final moments. The shots were snapped by

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TAKE a look inside the Royal Cold War bunker where The Queen and her family would have fled had there ever been a nuclear attack on Britain. The overgrown, graffiti-clad area gives no indication of what lies beneath, but these pictures have revealed the bunker at Barnton Quarry. Pictures give a glimpse into the run-down remains of one of the UK’s Regional Seats of Government, which would have acted as a base for operations in the event of a Soviet nuclear attack. If the defenses had not worked this is where Britain’s royal family could have faced their final moments. The shots were snapped by
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Image ID: HYKM6B
TAKE a look inside the Royal Cold War bunker where The Queen and her family would have fled had there ever been a nuclear attack on Britain. The overgrown, graffiti-clad area gives no indication of what lies beneath, but these pictures have revealed the bunker at Barnton Quarry. Pictures give a glimpse into the run-down remains of one of the UK’s Regional Seats of Government, which would have acted as a base for operations in the event of a Soviet nuclear attack. If the defenses had not worked this is where Britain’s royal family could have faced their final moments. The shots were snapped by Manchester artist, photographer and film maker Andrew Brooks (39) as part of his Secret Cities project.