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Report - Bovisand Fort & Watch House Battery, Plymouth Feb 2011

Discussion in 'Military Sites' started by Cheese Monkey, Feb 4, 2011.

  1. Cheese Monkey

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    I know they have been done a few times, but its my first decent explore and first Report so here goes! I know most of the pictures aren't exactly great, but thats not my thing so deal with it ;) . I wish I got more exterior photos though, real cloudy day so not missing too much




    Had a spare afternoon so took a drive out and parked up in the usual spot, no tea here today though. Decided against the front door so wandered up the hill to Watch House Battery first



    On the way up went through this curious tunnel, not sure what it was used for
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    At this point I thought I was rumbled, saw someone walking straight at me! Decided to be open about what I was doing and the bloke turned out to be a local :thumb. Had a good chat about the place and the various tunnels and Plymouth Sound forts :)

    Forgot to take photos of the ammunition stores and guns, but did get into the nearby building

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    Headed back down the hill to Bovi Fort now, the nice local guy showed me the easy way down the hill!

    Top levels-
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    Old drawbridge I think?
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    Down to the lower levels now

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    Still in good condition
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    View from one of the towers
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    Saw a few cars parked down the bottom and heard a few voices so left it there, I will be back! Lots left to look at, brilliant explore, really enjoyed it
     
    #1 Cheese Monkey, Feb 4, 2011
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