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  1. Ashpope667

    Report - Dorking DeepDene railway control centre / surrey / June 2021

    cool little bunker its been my favourite one i have explored. History During World War 2, the Southern Railway took over the Deepdene Hotel near Dorking in Surrey for its wartime emergency headquarters. In the grounds they excavated an underground control centre taking advantage of a network...
  2. Hidinginplanesite

    Report - Harty road Air-Raid shelter - Sheppey April 2021

    I don’t know where to really put this report for 2 reason 1) it’s technically public as it on a walking route 2) I only have a few pictures anyways I’ll crack on .. sheppey is only 30 mins drive from me just basically the other end of the ME postcode so still fairly local to me .. I epxlored...
  3. Rippli

    Question - Hidden Wales with Will Millard Series 2 Episode 5

    I just watched this on iPlayer - all about WW2 activity in Wales. Towards the end, he visits the Langstone Aux OB (Jonah Patrol) near Newport. Then he visits an almost perfect (to good to be true!?) base. Any idea where this is ? Looks so good it must have been looked after over the years, or...
  4. Boots432

    Northumberland newbie

    Hello I'm kallum from a small village in Northumberland I'm doing photography for my GCSE and I've taken a liking to urbex I've struggled to find places that are abandonned. I've been to ponteland roc post, tranwell airfield, and stannington sanitorium boiler house/water tower. I'm yurning...
  5. T

    Heyo, Said The Northener in the South

    Hey Everyone, I'm Skelly, Sam Whatever you wish to call me. I've explored a handful of sites on my travels so far but still feel new to the game, previously it's always been I notice something i have a look, but now i'm getting the search and seek bug haha. I'm an aircraft engineer who's...
  6. Abandonedvoyager

    Report - Paulsgrove WW2 radio bunker Sunday 27th of September 2020

    This is the WW2 radio bunker I went to visit another location but unfortunately was heavily guarded so I decided to take a trip to this astonishing piece of history. Now some of you may think this is boring but the fact you are able to be in somewhere that was once apart of a war that’s not in a...
  7. Purplegoat

    Report - Report - Paualsgrove Radio Station, July 2020

    Hello guys. First time poster here not a massively interesting one but I was passing through the area so thought it was worth a look. Its taken me ages to get this posted as the whole reason I visited this site was to test out some 35mm film which I didn't get developed for while. The...
  8. 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...
  9. 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...
  10. 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...
  11. 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...
  12. 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...
  13. 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...
  14. 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...
  15. 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...
  16. Seffy

    Report - Brislington Regional War Room (Region 7), Bristol - 2018/2019

    Brislington Regional War Room - Region 7 (Flowers Hill), Bristol A brief overview: For an extensive description of the building, see Nick Catford's write up here on Subbrit! As far as sites we've done in Bristol, this has to be in the top three. It's been on our radar for years (tumbles'...
  17. 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...
  18. 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...
  19. 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..
  20. 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...
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