Hidden gem from WWII

At the bottom of the garden and hidden for many years underneath 6 foot brambles, nettles, rotting tree stumps, overgrown Forsythia, concrete slabs and heavy clay soil we have discovered an almost intact Anderson Air Raid Shelter.  

Having researched this, the shelter was designed 3 years after the house was built and housed up to 6 individuals - people must have been much shorter in height back then.

The entrance to the shelter now buried beneath the ground.
This is an amazing discovery and one which we think we can perhaps utilise for a wine cellar or possibly a tool store.  


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