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  1. WExploreNorthEast

    Report - Ponteland Royal Observer Corps - July 2020

    Despite many successful and failed explorations under our belts collectively, this is our first post on this forum. Over the summer we have discovered the world of Urban Exploration after stumbling upon an abandoned football pitch in Washington one afternoon. Since then, our thirst for...
  2. F

    Report - Inverclyde Air Raid Shelter, Port Glasgow- July 2020

    The History: Built by the Birkmyre family, this was the largest privately owned air raid shelter in the UK and it was used by the workers at the nearby ropeworks. It measures almost 600m in length with the tunnels approximately 10 feet wide and 7 feet tall when they are not flooded with mud and...
  3. Urban Ginger Hog

    Report - Warden Point Chain Home Low Radar Station, Isle of Sheppey. July 2020.

    Following visits to other coastal positions it was time to hit Warden Point. Parking in the local free car park it was a very short walk to this location which was a relief as my mate and I had already put in the miles trekking from one place to another. Having only seen a few photos on social...
  4. F

    Report - Littlewoods Air Raid Shelter, Liverpool- July 2020

    The History: This air raid shelter was built before World War Two for the workers of the nearby Littlewoods Pools building. Several entrances were available for the staff. The factory building itself was used for several purposes during the war, including printing National Registration forms...
  5. ForgottenBuildings

    Report - Medical bunker - Belgium - Jun 2020

    History: This small bunker was built as a small medical outpost for a airfield. Why it was built as an bunker was probably handy for when the airfield was bombed. After the treat of the cold war went away, this place was closed for good. Explore: Nowadays this small bunker is surprisingly well...
  6. Urben_x

    Report - Otterham, Kilkhampton, St Columb and week st Mary ROC posts - North Cornwall - 25/6/20

    Fairly new to all this, I have always been fascinated by underground bunkers of any type. So long as I can get underground I'm in to it! Anyway whilst researching bomb shelters I came across a list of ROCs. Within a couple of weeks I have investigated four posts. Kilkhampton (sealed and left...
  7. G

    Report - Small bunker on the South Downs, East Sussex, near Plumpton

    Hi this is my first post so apologies if this has already been reported or if I am in the wrong forum. We were on a walk through the south downs and we stumbled across this underground bunker. There was no surface structures except for a noticeable mound and the entrance, someone has already...
  8. Kat18

    Report - Medway Nuclear Bunker (Southern Water) April 2020

    Initially this morning I had plans to do some university revision and exploring was my last thought, but I received a message regarding the Gillingham war bunker was open. Confused, I searched online regarding posts about it and found nothing as it appears the entrance for that specific bunker...
  9. typeR

    Lead or Rumour info - Unknown underground site, White Edge moor, Derbyshire

    Hi all, apologies for the vague information in advance. Yesterday, I was reading an old thread on a local forum about old nuclear bunkers located around the sheffield area. Someone in the thread mentioned that there are bunkers on the moors heading out (east) of Sheffield into the peak district...
  10. Tyyurbanberkshire

    Report - Ford car in ww2 pill box 22nd OCTOBER 2019

    When on a bike ride we were in a farmland area of sulham woods,reading,Berkshire looking in and at pillar boxes from WW2. Trying to find an entrance we discovered a manageable hole to get through. Luckily we had our phones and shone a light in the dark room. Noticing there was a stood up wheel...
  11. F

    Question - Mystery vent at Iver

    I found this whilst out hiking with the kids around Iver, West of London. Latitude: 51° 31’ 14.16” N Longitude: 0° 30’ 0.528” W Anybody know what it is? The louvered vents were around 1/2 inch thick steel..
  12. Hvdes

    Report - Ouseburn Culvert, Newcastle - September 2019

    This had been somewhere I had looked at getting into for a few months now and back in the spring of this year me and a few people attempted to enter the old world war 2 bunker through the small opening near the outfall but to our disappointment we found that all of the entrances had been blocked...
  13. SoutheasternExplorer

    Report - Billingshurst ROC post

    This post was a 1968 shut down. The hatch is very heavy but can be opened, internally the post is flooded, so I didn't go down. The compound is heavily overgrown and I couldn't find the ventilation shaft, as its been destroyed to the base and hidden under all the vegetation. The FSM pipe is...
  14. CalMain

    Report - Bampton ROC Post, Devon

    In rurual Mid Devon sat in a field, out of sight from the road that runs parrael, is an underground ROC Post. The ROC Post has a green lid to it which is not locked. After uncovering the lid there is a small shaft with a metal ladder decesending into the bunker. The post is not huge in size but...
  15. S

    Report - Wenallt AAOR bunker - Cardiff, November 2018

    Wenallt AAOR bunker Abandoned in the late 70's the bunker is sealed from the outside world aside from two narrow entrances. I visited twice throughout November. Entrance to the bunker was a tight drop around 10ft, with ledges assisting decent. upon leaving we found a second exit through a...
  16. E

    Report - ROC Weston-on-Trent, Staffordshire

    Hi guys, First post here, so be gentle! I was hoping to get in to this one today, but we were unfortunately too late. The hatch has been sealed with concrete. It's not brand new concrete, but it looks like it's been sealed for good year or so. Apart from that the exterior is still in good...
  17. M

    Question - Does anybody recognise this type of bunker and have any information regarding what it might be?

    I know the photos are terrible so I’ve included a little sketch. This is located in the forestry by the side of a dirt track leading up to a house up the mountains. The only thing relatively near is and old Service Reservoir building although I dont think they are related. Has anyone come...
  18. INTHEVAN EXPLORING yt

    Report - Woolverstone ROC Post - Suffolk - Demolished - Remains 2018

    Back on my mission to report the non-reported ROC Sites. Only One Picture, but still interesting. This is Post Woolverstone. According to SubBrit opening July 1961 and closing September 1991. It is situated Between Woolverstone and Chelmondiston, on the west side of Bylam Lane which is off the...
  19. WilsonTheHuman

    Report - Z Rocket, St Margarets Deep Shelter - Dover - June 2018

    This was the second place we hit up on a jaunt to Dover with my exploring buddies @KHurbanX and her partner. I finally made a trip to their neck of the woods and boy was it a treat! The battery at St Margaret's was one of the earliest to be established in the Dover area. Its four 5.5" guns...
  20. WilsonTheHuman

    Report - Deepdene Comms Bunker, May 2018

    I know, this one has taken me an age to post, but in my defence right after this one I got quite sick, moved to a different county and changed jobs all in the space of about 6 weeks! Anyway, enough about my personal life, that's not what you're all here for! Here's the explore. History: When...
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