The photographs here are a selection from the forthcoming book by Frank Watson, The Hush House: Cold War Sites in England. The concept behind the work is an examination of the relationship between the English landscape and the architectural structures that remain from the Cold War. Military interests at the time re-shaped and re-appropriated large areas of land in the backwaters of the English countryside. These military interventions, many of which now lie abandoned can be seen in terms of 'the modern ruin.'

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