Bervie Brow Bunker

Field Trip to the Bervie Brow Bunker, scanning the remnants of ‘cold war’ history. The 28-acre research field site and creative habitat is a historic Cold War radar and listening station on the north-east coast of Scotland. It was built in the 1950s as an RAF Rotor early warning radar station, and later used by the US Naval Security Group as a listening station, and finally by the British Army as an emergency communications centre. The large underground bunker on site is a unique and distinctive environment, fully getting in your system as a palimpsest of Cold War sites.