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Inside the tunnels of the Somme battlefield.

pantomime horse

Nay Nay and thrice Nay
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#2
8 kilometres of tunnels
would be fun to explore
 

pirate

Rum Swigger
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#4
So essentially they are exploring a war grave,I think they should leave it well alone......as for getting tourists down there ! I thought the somme was muddy farmers fields I'm surprised that any of the tunnels remain.I watched a documentary last year where they were trying to excavate a large flamethrower and the trenches just kept collapsing as they tried to get lower down,too much unstable mud/sand
 

Oxygen Thief

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#5
It's not a war grave just because someone was killed there. Half of London and other major cities would be out of bounds, and the English Channel, and most of Northern France, Europe and Russia (land and cities).
 

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