As per my intro to the site elsewhere (hi all :wave: if you missed it) I said I was a fan of all thing survivalist (maybe excluding some of the more extreme political ramblings). The greatest fascination is with the shelter building. It's probably a combination of being brought up on James Bond, movies with sliding bookcases and the idea of a secret bolt hole. Older, if still poor, the dream is to one day own a set up of some description. So... perusing google while putting a word doc plan together I started entering some items to see what would come up. I was fascinated to see that several more mainstream books, including some I'd not heard of, were in publication. I just purchased this one from Amazon here in the UK and it's a photos only book on shelters. Some more homely and some of the more extreme kind: check it out and see a few of the sample photos: Waiting for the End of the World by Richard Ross Others, not yet brought but on my wish list, include: Cold War: Building for Nuclear confrontation 1946-1989 by Wayne Cocroft (info UK centric). London's Secret Tubes by Andrew Emmerson (about disused, never used tube lines as well as other tunnels (cable and electrical) under London. Cold War Secret Nuclear Bunkers and another I've heard of entitled 'secret underground cities (last bit a tiny exaggeration) again both UK centric. Finally but not bunker related I also like the look of 'when all hell breaks loose'.