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Report - Dover Feb-09

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I went to Dover with Chess and Jackal after a lot of nagging :D. We did a few places, Archcliffe gate, St Martins battery, St Margaret's deep shelter and a plotting room at South Foreland.

Archcliffe Gate was knocked down in the 1960's but below ground level some cells and rooms still exist.

One of the gunrooms.
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This panel use to slide in and out to change the air flow within the cells.
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One of the cells with the remains of the door.
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St Martins battery over looks Dover docks, this was originally a napoleonic battery and was added to during WW2.

Napoleonic tunnel leading to the magazine and WW2 deep shelter.
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Part of the WW2 deep shelter.
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20thC brick work on top of 19thC in the battery
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St Margaret's aka Z Rocket deep shelter is a WW2 shelter for St Margaret's Bay battery.

Inside the shelter
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The emergency exit tunnel.
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South Foreland was a WW2 battery with 2 plotting rooms 2 deep shelters and 4 magazines.

We went in one of the plotting rooms.
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On the way out.
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More here.
 

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