Originally a POW camp during the 2nd world war .
The camp ceased to be used by the military in 2004, and now belongs to the Comrie Development Trust, bought through a community right-to-buy option for £350,000 in 2007. Since taking ownership of the 90-acre site on 20 September 2007, the Comrie Development Trust's Cultybraggan Working Group have been working towards the sustainable development of this asset. Major infrastructure works (drainage, electricity, water and telecoms), the conversion of nine Nissen huts to make 12 units for local businesses and the refurbishment of the central mess are included in the first phase. In 2012 it was reported that a communications firm had purchased the underground bunker at Cultybraggan for use as a "digital safe house". However, the bid failed and the bunker was put back on the market. In April 2014, the bunker was sold at auction to a service provider who are looking to use it for long term data and media storage (Bogen)
There is tons of parking and nobody batted an eyelid while I flew the drone about. If it became an issue on your visit the public road will suffice for TOAL
Land owner permission not required.
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Co-ordinates: 56.35506, -3.994303 • what3words: ///attaching.oils.rescue