Scotlandís best kept secret for over 40 years, Hidden beneath an innocent Scottish Farmhouse, a tunnel leads to,
Scotlandís Secret Bunker. 24,000 square feet of Secret accommodation. The size of two football pitches, one on top of another, on two levels 100 feet underground.
Had there been a Nuclear War, this is where Scotland, would have been Governed, from within.
Discover the twilight world of the Government Cold War.
Take the opportunity to discover how they would have survived, and you wouldnít !!!Ö
Yes folks were doing something a little different for this run, going in search of the Secret Bunker. Due to the secret location we have to ensure that no KGB agents follow us, therefore we'll have to wind our way there along many winding back roads to avoid the surveillance cameras.
The plan is to meet up at a secret location in Stirling and drive to the bunker where we will have around 2-3 hours to look around. As no formal lunch is planned we intend to dine in the NAFI canteen, click here for the menu, alternatively you could bring your own ration pack with you. Following the visit we will again sneak out on the back roads finally ending the run in South Queensferry. We may also pop into the Dakota hotel bar to debrief those lucky enough to survive.
Run organiser: Ian Ness
01 - Ian
03 - Sue & Gordon
04 - Jim
05 - Suzzie
06 - Jon ?
07 - Alice NSS (Join at Aberargie)
08 - Colin NSS (Join at Lindores)
10 - Heather & Chic
12 - Robert & Craig
14 - Eileen & Malc NSS (Join at Aberargie)
15 - Tom NSS
17 - Susan & Wilson
TomTom Sat Nav Itinerary:
01 - Connect your TomTom to your PC with the USB cable.
02 - Click here to download 20100829-Route.itn file 03 - At "File Download" window click Save
04 - At "Save in" browse to your TomTom device. Example: TomTom Go (F:)
05 - Open the itn folder on your TomTom.
06 - Click Save
07 - Disconnect your TomTom from the PC.
08 - Go to the Itinerary Planning section of your TomTom.
09 - Select: Options/Load Itinerary/20100829-Route
For further information please refer to your TomTom documentation for instructions on using Itineraries.
29th Aug 2010 16:17 :: tom and jen Nice run,good to meet up with Central members again.Liked the" Secret Bunker" But due to no advice from the receptionist most of it will remain just that a "secret" The internal steps were too steep for both Jen and I, so it was only the first floor and the Naffi for a roll and a cuppa.Still we enjoyed the run.many thanks to the organisers.
29th Aug 2010 17:24 :: Colin (ald) NSS Thanks Ian for a nice wee run for us from NSS.
Good venue and a lovely breakfast.Then i fooled Malc into taking the Secret route home !!!
29th Aug 2010 17:33 :: allie NSS Thanks Ian and all from central for making us welcome. I had a great day, enjoyed the run home even without a gear knob,
29th Aug 2010 18:58 :: Malc & Eileen NSS A really enjoyable day out, we had a lovely time. Sorry we had to leave early - we were meeting up with friends in St Andrews for a meal.
29th Aug 2010 19:23 :: Colin Cracking good photo`s Malc !
29th Aug 2010 21:26 :: robert and gary Hi ian thanks for a great day out, photo"s are super. We rally enjoyed the day, nice to meet everyone. May have prblen next run who to take lesley or gary
29th Aug 2010 21:48 :: JimF A most enjoyable day out,didn't know you could drive from Crail to South Queensferry along great country roads. Good to meet Robert and Gary for the first time and the members from NSS.
31st Aug 2010 21:05 :: robert craig thanks to jimf (last car) really made us feel welcome hope to meet you all in the future
robert and lesley