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Report - Grange Caverns 2nd World War Munitions Store, Wales 2010

Rookinella

I should have danced all night
28DL Full Member
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Visited with Havoc.

This one was a right spur of the moment place after we'd been to Kinmel Hall the same afternoon. Havoc revelled in telling me horror stories of the owner who lives near the site and whose house you have to walk past to get to it. Tales were told of small dogs with pointy ears who didn't bark but could kill a full-grown man just by looking at them. It turned out, scary farmer with a shotgun and the silent dogs must have been engrossed in a good RomCom the night we decided to visit because we didn't hear a peep out of them.

"The underground safe holding during the war was up towards Holywell in the 'grange cavern', later used as a military museum but its since closed down. The tunnels and buildings in Rhydymwyn were used for munitions production and storage." Flintshire resident

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