Underneath the heart of London in the dark cavernous passageways, in a bombproof World War II era canteen plastered with posters from the 1940’s, blue metallic stacks hold over 4,000 tons of gold belonging to the Bank of England. Priced at $246 billion, the storage is a treasure hunters dream. But don’t expect to easily get into this, unless you have a three-foot long key to open the blast proof door.
Even Mr. T, donned in everything gold, would be astonished at this sight; one image alone shows 15,000 28lb pound bricks of gold. The 25-carat gold bars are mainly from the United Kingdom but foreign countries have filled up the vault with their gold supplies as well.
Although Europe may be on the verge of financial disaster, seeing a room stocked to the brim with gold is an assuring sight to the weary and fearful of our financial future.
Source: Daily Mail