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Report - Sunday walk about in Dover - 30/09/2012

Discussion in 'Underground Sites' started by urban junky, Oct 1, 2012.

  1. urban junky

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    Sunday walk about in Dover

    Langdon deep shelter
    Langdon deep shelter dates back to WW2 acting as a broadcasting station for dover castle.

    I have read somewhere that the ventilation system and other fittings where salvaged from old royal naval vessals..

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    M.Tutt Dec 1943
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    Old main entrance
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    Fan Bay deep shelter

    Built with two ammo stores and three 6"guns above... ​

    One of the two ammo stores
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    Ammo room
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    The Shelter

    Main room​
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    Looking towards stairs and a Long tunnel..
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    The Stairs
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    Space Invader​
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    Pit props
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    Junction
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    Unfinished workings​
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    Lighting team Zig'n'Daz
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    Havin a look about
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    Tin and Iron
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    "Right headtorches off last one"Ahh fu@k it...
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    Time for a rest!!
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    Thanks to Wev's and Ob's for some directional help!

    "Go left at the tree then rub your belly and pat your head and take two side steps right"

    "Bleep bleep" you are in france..

    Thanks U.J:thumb
     
    #1 urban junky, Oct 1, 2012
    Last edited: Oct 1, 2012

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