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Report - Kos- Possible Military Observation Bunker

Isiah_Sheepworrier

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
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I wasn’t going to post this as I’m not very happy with the pictures. However, on second thoughts, I though I’d put it up, as apart from the bunkers with the tank turrets in them, this was the most interesting place I stumbled upon. Or nearly fell down I should say. On one hand I love the Greek attitude to Health and Safety by leaving what looks like their version of a sunken Orlit unfenced on the edge of a beach, but I was hot and thirsty and wanted to get back to the apartment. Still, it was too good an opportunity to pass up.

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The entrance(?) is a bit overgrown and there was no sign of a ladder. Both open area were covering in rusting chicken wire

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Getting in the other end, there’s a low central section joining the two open areas. The one facing the sea has a concrete plinth about chest height on a 5’8†explorer

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View toward what I presume was the entrance. Note the doorway on right

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This was a small room with a sloping ceiling, a tidemark and a layer of fetid mud about three inches deep. The footprint on the right where some idiot tried to test the depth.

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The top of the concrete plinth. There are three elongated U-shaped metal rods fixed into it. Could these have been used to fix the legs of a tripod with binoculars on them? Or are they for a machine gun tripod? In that case why build whacking great concrete pillboxes nearby? There are two close by

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View from across the beach. Turkey, (the enemy), is on the right

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Here’s another one, hidden in the undergrowth behind a fence, alongside a road about a third of a mile inland. (Measured on Google Earth). This is not far from one of the dome-shaped bunkers I posted about earlier. This road looks like it could be a second line of defence back from the beach area. If I go back, I’m going to take a look along there again very carefully

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The outlook from this position. All the buildings are fairly new, so I cannot say whether the road going into the distance is original. If it had mounted a machine gun, this place would have been ideal. Perhaps these structures had a dual role

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Thanks for looking