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A captivating title for the February heritage blog, we’re sure you agree. Iain Kitt, one of our amazing Victoria Tunnel guides, has been undertaking research into how the former coal wagonway came to be transformed into an air-raid shelter at the outbreak of WW2. The story is routinely told on our Victoria Tunnel tours and currently the Virtual Victoria Tunnel Experience, but Iain’s research shows there was more to it than we imagined.  

For the purposes of the blog, Iain has introduced some poetic licence with an imaginary family leading the narrative, although all dates and details are true. You can read a fuller account of the arguments over how to improve the Tunnel on our Ouseburn heritage research page. Although this all happened nearly 80 years ago, what lessons does it have for us today? Disputes between local and central government about how to respond to a major national crisis, arguments about the cost and who should pay, plans being agreed and then not implemented, a North/South divide. Surely such things couldn’t happen again…or could they? 

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A captivating title for the February heritage blog, we’re sure you agree. Iain Kitt, one of our amazing Victoria Tunnel guides, has been undertaking research into how the former coal wagonway came to be transformed into an air-raid shelter at the outbreak of WW2. The story is routinely told on our Victoria Tunnel tours and currently the Virtual Victoria Tunnel Experience, but Iain’s research shows there was more to it than we imagined.  

For the purposes of the blog, Iain has introduced some poetic licence with an imaginary family leading the narrative, although all dates and details are true. You can read a fuller account of the arguments over how to improve the Tunnel on our Ouseburn heritage research page. Although this all happened nearly 80 years ago, what lessons does it have for us today? Disputes between local and central government about how to respond to a major national crisis, arguments about the cost and who should pay, plans being agreed and then not implemented, a North/South divide. Surely such things couldn’t happen again…or could they?