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Report - Warren Row RSG6 Bunker July 2019


Callum Cromwell01

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History -
RSG6 at Warren Row was not purpose built as a nuclear bunker it has a long and interesting history. It began life as a chalk mine and then at some stage during Word War 2 it became an underground aircraft components factory, I assume to keep it safe from bombing raids.

RSG 6 became infamous in the Sixties for reasons to follow, from the mid 1960’s to the 1980’s the networks were as below;

Region 1 – North – Catterick Camp, Yorkshire RSG1
Region 2 – North East – York Castle RSG2
Region 3 – North Midlands – Nottingham War Room RSG3
Region 4 – Eastern – Cambridge War Room RSG4
Region 5 – London – Original War Rooms retained RSG5
Region 6 – Southern – Underground WW2 Aircraft Factory (Warren Row) RSG6
Region 7 – South West – Bolt Head ex ROTOR Station RSG7
Region 8 – Wales – Brecon Barracks RSG8
Region 9 – Midlands – Underground WW2 Aircraft Factory (Drakelow) RSG9
Region 10 – North West – Preston Barracks RSG10
Region 12 – South Eastern – Tunnels under Dover castle RSG12
Northern Ireland – Gough barracks, Armagh RSGNI
Scotland was subdivided into:
North Zone- Anstruther underground ex ROTOR station
Western Zone – Torrance House former Anti-aircraft operations room

The Explore -
Was pretty interesting walking around the old entrances into the bunker (Once a secret underground facility) shame there is no access into the building but the building is probably most likely alarmed and has CCTV due to it being used for document storage and wine cellar but overall walking around the site was pretty interesting.

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