Take A Video Tour Of Scotland's Secret Bunker

Paul Martin looks inside Scotland's Secret Bunker at Troywood in Fife.

Following the end of the Cold War, one of Anstruther's best kept secrets has become a major tourist attraction.

A secret nuclear bunker, built in 1951 and operational until 1993, located near the village and beneath what during its operational lifetime was an ordinary looking domestic dwelling, has been renovated and is now open to the public as a museum.

The bunker was a subsidiary Regional Seat of Government in time of Nuclear emergency and would have been occupied by UK Armed Forces, UKWMO, Royal Observer Corps, and other Civil Service personnel.