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Report - Guilford Shaft, Dover - July 2009



Maniac

rebmeM LD82
Regular User
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Visited this a few weeks ago, but forgot about the pics until last night when I was clearing my memory card off.

The Guilford Shaft is essentially a spiral staircase built inside the cliff face consisting of 214 steps, connecting the Moats Bulwark at the bottom of the cliff to Dover Castle. There are several levels you come across on the way, the staircase is not in once single piece.

It's had several uses during its time, including uses in WW2, but it now lies empty and decaying, although it is in good shape considering it's not been maintained for years!

It's yet another one of Dover castles unseen passageways, of which there are many.

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This part resembles a deep air raid shelter, although it's not in very good shape.
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At the very top
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And just for the hell of it, there's a lot of these down there. :eek:
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Moi at the top looking down
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Thanks for looking!

Maniac.
 

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