Booking is now open for our Autumn Meeting in London.
If you have never been to a Sub Brit meeting before, they are a tremendous opportunity to meet and network with fellow enthusiasts and learn about new sites in a relaxed setting.
All you need is an interest in underground places - membership is not required!
The Sub Brit Collection of archive Cold War photographs is now available online. Many thanks to all the contributors who made its purchase possible.
Sub Brit has just published a directory of around 250 underground sites in the UK that are open to the public. Sites range from Neolithic flint mines to nuclear bunkers. Many sites are open year-round, admission to others is sometimes limited to special visits arranged by local groups. A brief description, location and contact details are listed for each site, along with a breakdown by county.
Cold War Bunkers is the second volume in a series of high-quality photographic records of Britain's underground heritage. The large-format volume contains approximately 439 colour photographs accompanied by comprehensive captions and an authoritative text.
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