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Report - St. Martins Deep Shelter 11/01/09

Discussion in 'Underground Sites' started by tucker, Jan 11, 2009.

  1. tucker

    tucker Scallywag
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    Visited last night at Silly o' clock
    Bored. Fuck it, lets drive to Dover!

    "The deep shelter is located behind St. Martins Gun Battery overlooking Dover. It was originally constructed as a magazine to supply ammo to the battery guns, but was extensively lengthened during the war for use as a Deep Shelter. It is in a poor condition, having suffered from smoke damage and collapse"... from undergroundkent.co.uk :thumb

    Didn't bother with this place on my last visit, so went back last night to check it out. Anyone whos been will know what the access is like, funny as fuck watching the 1st person climbing over and trying to navigate their way to the ground lol.

    A good night, apart from the fucking weird doggers hanging around by the access!

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