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Report - Dodge hill shelter July 10

Discussion in 'Underground Sites' started by dnbpc, Jul 24, 2010.

  1. dnbpc

    dnbpc 28DL Member
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    Apr 28, 2010
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    After not exploring anywhere for about a month, the urbex cravings kicked in so me, matt1209 and JDW set of for our first underground explore.

    A brief history on the shelter, it was constructed along side the other shelters in stockport between 1938 and 1939. Dodge hill shelter was the smallest holding around 2000 people.

    This was my first attempt at photography underground without flash so if pictures aren't up to scratch thats why. Anyway on with the pictures



    More bunkbeds


    Workmans light

    Steps to the original entrance

    First attempt at lightpainting

    Cheers for looking :)

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  2. layz

    layz Conquistador d'Wolverton
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    Sep 21, 2008
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    Nice work, really good photos for your first underground attempt. :)
  3. goon

    goon Guest

    I really like it! I hail not too far from here and have honestly never heard of this place. Are those shelves a recent addition to the shelter? They look like bunk bed frames but seem to be in too good condition to have been there for very long. They look as if they are galvanised steel but you'd expect them to be in very worse condition after a long period of time.
  4. Hidden

    Hidden Get Fucked
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    Jul 30, 2009
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    Those are bunks, and I assume galvanised due to the conditions down there even when the shelters were in use.
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