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Report - HMS Royal Arthur, Corsham

Oxygen Thief

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A few weeks back, Lillimouse, Phil and myself went on an evening jaunt to HMS Royal Arthur, an abandoned training camp in North Wiltshire. This used to be a Royal navy leadership school.

There's one thing has been bugging me... these holes cut in the walls...

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They have been cut very recently with what must have been a very large petrol cutter, so fresh the dust was still there. The holes themselves are generally pointless, offering no more access than was already available.

Personally, I think they are something to do with the police, maybe police dogs.

What do you think?
 

Oxygen Thief

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Not worth a trip on it's own, but if you're in the area it's worthwhile. After all, it's a nice big derelict site in the middle of nowhere.

Lillimouse, never be without a map again...

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naturals

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I went on a quick recce of this place this afternoon. It wasn't really worth me starting a new thread so here are a few pictures I took...

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The place is in quite a state and covered in Graffiti (some very good indeed, some not so). I was amazed at the size - I didn't go into any of the buildings (I was put off by the asbestos roofing signs) but it still took me over an hour to do a quick lap.
 

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