Küver ST Bunker Overvoorde On private terrain in Rijswijk (former RISC fire & safety training) one can find a German SK-bunker, connected to a well preserved Dutch cold war commando bunker that is now turned into a museum. Around it lay 6 Küver 413 variants (with a larger 3,3x4,0 m Schlafraum) with the earth cover removed and badly burned out by fire excercises. Under some newly built ruïns for rescue training one can still find remains of the German "swimming pool". Other German barracks and buildings were demolished. Around the villa facing the premises were no less than 11 similar Küver 413 variants, 2 ammunition sheds and a tobruk. Behind the villa were 5 more Küver 452b variants. These structures were all demolished in the early fifties. Other German buildings in the park that still remain today are a six-bay garage, the Wirtschfsgebäude (a Küver 537a variant) and an administration building. These 3 buildings are in use by the city counsel - civil works dept. and by a scuba diving club. This rather huge bunkersite is often referred to as the Luftgau Holland HQ. I have some doubts about that, since Luftgau Holland had it's operational HQ in Amsterdam (Carlton hotel and later the basement of the Bank of Amsterdam). Recent research by NCBB points in the direction of a Funkhörchstelle, but facts remain very scarce.
This model is made from the original drawings and has its original earth cover.