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Lead or Rumour info - Anyone been in here, Ashford, Kent

Discussion in 'Leads, Rumours and News...' started by Harry Monk, Dec 29, 2015.

  1. Harry Monk

    Harry Monk 28DL Member
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    I was out on a bike ride with my 4 year old son and came across these two concrete structures built into the railway embankment, couldn't explore as I had no torch with me and my son was whinging that he was cold and wanted to go home, just wondering if anyone had been inside and is it worth a look?

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  2. sirjonnyp

    sirjonnyp 28DL Regular User
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    Railway trespass is a crime, so watch out if you're thinking of going over, and definitely look up the times of the Maidstone-Ashford trains. Originating from Ashford however, I have it on very good authority that they are both just empty rooms. A local facebook group speculated that they could be entrances to an underground complex for the nearby TA centre, but that's a load of bollocks. There are photos of the insides, from what I recall they may have been used as ammo storage during the war.
     
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    Switchplate loading clogs used to store munitions and transfer from one train to another
     
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