From the outside, a cold war bunker in Kent may not look like an obvious contender to become an official part of England's heritage.
But delve below the surface and it's a whole different story. This historic corner of Gravesend was used as a control centre at a time when the threat of nuclear attack was still very real. David Johns went for a look around.
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