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Report - SHIPLEY Auxiliary unit(Zero Station) 10/01/08

Discussion in 'Underground Sites' started by the126, Jan 11, 2008.

  1. the126

    the126 Reckless & irresponsible
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    Feb 11, 2007
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    Visited by myself -thanks to REEF for directions!

    I was armed with a dim head torch and my k800i camera phone so pics arent brilliant,
    Sadly the collapsed part of the hideout is acting as a funnel collecting rain and leaves so the corrosion is getting very bad
    Outside, the concrete doorway is an internal wall uncovered by the lack of a roof:
    Inside looking at the bottom of the entrance shaft
    Looking up the shaft which has been capped off
    Looking through the collapsed section
    Same from the other end
    a badly rotted lintel
    Me in the escape tunnel
    tunnel exit with log in it
    a broken vent pipe (asbestos)
    Groove in the tree bark where the aerial was run

    Minutes before i got here there was a massive downpour which made the whole area really sticky with mud and clay, also the tunnel had water running through it making it a very messy visit!

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