I really thought I had at least 'touched base' with all the sites relevant to bunkers at one time. And that included emergency centres.
Looks like another project for the long cold winter nights.
This is correctly classed as civilian, not military, as it was Civil Defence facility.
Grampian Regional Council Emergency Centre was located beneath the gym of Tertowie House a residential school (now disused) at Blackburn north west of Aberdeen. The bunker was opened in 1962 as the NORTH EAST SECTOR CIVIL DEFENCE CORPS GROUP CONTROL and remained in use until the end of Civil Defence Corps in 1968. It was reactivated and modernised in 1987 finally closing in 1998. The bunker is accessed from a recessed steel blast door along a sunken footpath close to the gym; this opens into a 40' long bare concrete corridor with 6 steps at the end down into the decontamination area, which runs at right angles. To the right of the steps is a second blast door and behind it a ladder up to an escape hatch beside the entrance to the gym, to the left is a shower above a large metal grille in the floor and beyond that a third blast door after which the passage turns right into the main corridor.
For sale, back in 2004 (The entire estate is up for sale for offers over £850,000, but Tertowie is available at offers over £325,000), but it seems planning permission for changes was later withdrawn after being granted.
I've pulled together the info I could find for Tertowie House.
Although I was unable to find any reusable images of the house, I did come up with some explorations of the interior, and the links to those are included, so the state of the place (as was) can be seen.
Still surprises me that the good folk who populate geogrpah are happy to point their cameras at trees and empty fields, but seem to ignore such features which are only a stone's throw away
I thought this had come to light before ! Forum 7th May, 2009
Another example, in Aberdeen the Grampian Regional Council Emergency Centre was located beneath the gym of Tertowie House a residential school (now disused) at Blackburn north west of Aberdeen. The bunker was opened in 1962 as the NORTH EAST SECTOR CIVIL DEFENCE CORPS GROUP CONTROL and remained in use until the end of Civil Defence Corps in 1968. It was reactivated and modernised in 1987 finally closing in 1998
Came across this set on flickr, appears to be from December 2011 (the interesting bit anyway).
Although the place was closed up some time ago, unlike many of these bunkers, this one was not sealed up, as is often the case.
Given the wording of the reports that appeared at the time of the fire, and a recent (clearly not as recent as this) UrBex report I saw, and where the visitor clearly had no idea of the house's underground secret - faiing even to mention it let alone take a pic, I was somewhat surprised when this set of bunker pics showed up. I had given it up for lost (but the pics have now also appeared as an explore as well).
The 2011 pics match closely the description given in the Sub-Brit visit record ten years earlier (even the toilets). It's in our Wiki page for reference.