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Report - RAF CHILMARK ammunition store and underground, wiltshire sept 2010

Discussion in 'Underground Sites' started by tommo, Sep 29, 2010.

  1. tommo

    tommo shire lad born & breeding
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    Sep 12, 2008
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    well this was one that started as a chat in a pub last year, having read alot about the underground store and seeing the pics we started asking questions only to be told, there are workings but nothing much really, no one really knew its location and not having much time to go and have a look we just brused it under the carpet, that was until a couple of reports started to surface

    top shout to kinger :mrgreen:

    so me, vwdirtboy and toad made our plans and headed over to the other side of wiltshire, we meet and made our way to the site, only to drive past a strang looking fella looking dodgy near the entrance, camera and tripod in hand,a bit early to be dogging i thought ah he must be exploring, then as he turned round with a big grin on his face, relief was in there air for both of us as it was darkprince having a mouch about lol, having seen his comments on this palce already i had a feeling he might be out this way soon

    so we parked the cars up and head back to meet up with him, had a chat and made our way in, we did the site backwards to my report but i want to try and discribe the route of how the site would of worked so here we go


    Ruston & Hornsby 40DL diesel-mechanical 3-speed 0-4-0, works number 194771 (built in Lincoln) was part of a batch of small diesel locomotives built under contract for theAir Ministry in 1939. this has been restored now but was once used at chilmark during the war


    as was this Jack is an ex-RAF Chilmark loco

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