A former chemical weapons factory in the UK producing pyro and mustard gas which later played a role in the development of the worlds first atomic bomb and whose huge underground storage tunnels were once considered as a location to store the nations gold reserves in times of war.
Take a virtual tour of RAF Ventnor Chain Home Radar Station on the Isle of Wight as it is today.
Spurn head is a 3 mile peninsula in the Humber Estuary with significant wartime history.
A rare visit to the R3 ROTOR Bunker, the surface R12 building and the remaining, but decommissioned, type 85 radar at RAF Neatishead which is still operational, but was scaled down to a RRH (remote radar head) in 2004.
Not the usual sort of video we produce but this thing is awesome. The worlds largest aircraft takes to the sky for its first flight. Capable of saying up in the air for more than two weeks at a time, or carrying 10 tonnes of load and it probably uses less fuel than my land rover.
This is the bunker complex from where Admiral Karl Dönitz commanded the German U-Boat’s towards the end of WWII. It is now mostly derelict, but the underground bunker remains intact.