Rare look inside Bank of England's gold vaults – BBC News


The Bank of England’s gold vaults hold £194bn worth of gold bars.

If you stacked them all on top of each other, they would be the same height as 46 Eiffel Towers.

They hardly ever let anyone in to film, but the BBC’s Frank Gardner has been given access to the Bank of England’s gold vault.

Filmed and edited by James Wignall and Erica Brown

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Date: October 14, 2021

33 thoughts on “Rare look inside Bank of England's gold vaults – BBC News

  1. Investing in bitcoin is the best gift ever you can give yourself at this point in time especially when you have a good and honest trader

  2. Scum, they hold all this wealth and there are people starving in the UK and the rest of world, BBC are scum too! Stop paying your TV licence now!

  3. They are proudly displaying what they stole from India. And over 200 years of Colonial Time they stole over $45 trillion from India.

  4. This gold has been sold to bullion vaults many times over, all over the world. You can't hold it, you dont own it, that goes for countries too.

  5. The Bank of England are a private bank that enslave the country though the debt based money system. They should be abolished immediately!

  6. "There has been no bank heist here since 1694… yet."

    Shi- they're unto us, didn't know they knew we gonna heist this year!

  7. All I can think of is that moment you walk out of the ‘nothing to declare’ section of an airport, and you see those beautiful golden packages of toblerone bars stacked to the ceiling 😍

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