Report - Firing Range Shelter, Bristol

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Explorational Urbanite
28DL Full Member
May 25, 2009
, Location, Location.
Mid April 2009, I finally found a way in to the firing range. This site is situated in the old railway tunnels in Bristol. I've been waiting a good ten years to get in to this one. This is a simple and site easy to walk round. Though boots are a must as it has junkie history. In the Tunnel has been built a shed that spans most of the tunnel. Up in the roof is a large ventilation duct.I know it was used as a bunker during the war as was Clifton Rock Railway. At the back of the firing range is a fuse board. This was easy to work out so we had lights on all the way through the tunnel. I have been back to this one a few times. It has a real nice atmosphere :)

Nice place to sit and chat

Shed in tunnel

Where the shed use to be

Tunnel without the shed

Rusty ammo box

So many lights, above the lights is the air vent

At least there's a bin

It feels like it goes on forever

Flow rock on the tunnel wall

You can see the brick work pattern in this one

Cool little tunnel
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