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Report - Deepdene WW2 Southern Railway control bunker



tony kershaw

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During WW2 the then Southern Railway took over Deepdene House, near Dorking, Surrey. To the rear of the house were some natural caves; there were turned into a series of rooms (with multiple entrances) that formed an underground control centre.

The railway left the house in the 1960s, and the rather beautiful house was unfortunately demolished on 1969

Some kids caused a fire just inside the tunnels in the mid-90s, and it's very dusty inside, and apparently highly contaminated with blue and white asbestos.
(info from "Chinc")

finding the place was fun, and it took me a while, once inside there is nothing but blackness and the dead silence just creped me out, once past the fear i found that it was such an amazing place and would have loved to have seen it in its prime.


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thanks for looking comments much appreciated
 

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