Norfolk Uncovered: Wartime Relics: Underground Bunkers (Part 1)





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Published on Jun 17, 2010

Norfolk Uncovered is a series of short documentaries about the less-known and less-obvious relics and ruins of the county of Norfolk, in the United Kingdom.

This episode focuses on a voluntary military organisation known as the Royal Observer Corps (ROC) and the posts from which they operated, keeping a watchful eye over the skies of Britain during the Second World War and the Cold War.
With an un-named team of Urban Explorers, we uncover the current condition of a selection of ROC posts in Norfolk.

Part 1 gives an overview of the ROC and the layout of a typical ROC underground bunker..

What were the bunkers used for during the Cold War?
What is an Orlit?

All will be revealed in this episode of Norfolk Uncovered...

Narrated by Michael and Chris Richmond.

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