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Report - Soviet Army Base, Wittstock, March 2012

Discussion in 'European and International Sites' started by mrpink999, Mar 15, 2012.

  1. mrpink999

    mrpink999 28DL Member
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    Hi All,

    Well firstly I have got my photos the right size this time. In Photobucket it defo said 640x425.

    Well I found this place down to a bit of chance to be honest and it wasn't what I was looking for. We were actually looking for an airbase which in the Brandenburg state of Germany are quite popular. Anyway we saw an old rusty fence with barbed wire and disused search lights. We headed in and found a network of bunkers which were empty, loads of buildings which were the same and these were also empty and smelt of firelighters. We eventually found a train station here, and then we worked out that the buildings were all linked by rail. I have not found anything on this but we guessed that it was some kind of weapons store or fuel base for the all of the airbases in the region. It was a nice day out.

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    This was the building which there seemed to be tens of the exact same building.

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    This was one of the many bunkers. Written in Russian its say in case of an emergency call the fire marshall, so I guess there was something quite flammable in there at some point.

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    This seemed to be the main train station part.

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    Thanks
    mrpink999
     

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