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Report - Army Brigade HQ, Sarre, March '12

Discussion in 'Underground Sites' started by the126, Apr 2, 2012.

  1. the126

    the126 Reckless & irresponsible
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    Visited with REEF on a recent jaunt to the 'Isle of Thanet'.

    This complex of tunnels was built in late 1940 and served as the South East Army Command Brigade Headquarters. The tunnels were built in a disused quarry and some nissen huts still survive above ground.

    At the foot of the stairs. This is one of 3 staircases, the other two have been backfilled.
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    The construction style changes here from the typical WW2 metal frame to brick and bare chalk walls
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    Side rooms
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    roof collapse
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    Backfilled entrance
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    553. Field Co. 1941
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