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Report - School Air Raid Shelter, Leicester - April 2011

Discussion in 'Underground Sites' started by Goldie87, Apr 29, 2011.

  1. Goldie87

    Goldie87 28DL Regular User
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    Six of us Leicester lot recently went and took a look at this WW2 air raid shelter in Leicester. It was built for the use of a school, but is surprisingly large with loads of sections going off all over the place. Structually it is still in very sound condition, most of the concrete is undamaged and almost as fresh as the day it was made. The various sections were named after London streets and there was also plenty of old graffiti around. Afraid the pics are not that brilliant as only had a crappy compact on me, an enjoyable explore anyway.

    One section of the shelter

    Looking up one of the original entrances


    Remains of a hand cranked ventilation fan below an air shaft

    Section of the shelter with other passageways leading off

    One section in particular was full of this kind of graff lol

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