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Question - Holywell WW2 bunker ?

B1N9S

28DL Member
28DL Member
#1
I have been told that there is an entrance to an underground WW2 bunker near the pet cemetery in Holywell, North Wales.

Does anyone know anything about this ?
 

B1N9S

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28DL Member
#3
I have been told its a locked hatch, which is an entrance to a bunker, but that's all I know. I just wondered if anyone had been there in the past, or knew anything else at all. I guess I could go and just have a look for myself.
 

mw0sec

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#4
There is an underground establishment at Holywell which for a time was used as a motor museum. I believe that it is currently used for general storage. A few years ago I called at the farm and asked if I could have a shuftie. The owner was very helpful but explained that the tennant had the only keys. He did take the trouble to try & ring the chap up for them, but sadly could not get through. Nice when you get that sort of response though!
 

Shanetrog

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#5
I've been up to the motor museum you are talking about, and there was a back entrance that needed no keys.......... Don't know about a bunker though
 

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