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Report - Military Bunker, San Fransisco

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Not a difficult place to visit but it's a little off the beaten track, one of the locals suggested I check this out.

You might not expect to find WW2 pillboxes, anti-aircraft gun mounts, and missile launch sites among the rolling hills and wetlands of the Marin Headlands, but at one time this was a highly fortified military defensive position.

The hills overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge are riddled with bunkers, secret tunnels, and batteries designed to protect San Francisco from attack from as early as the Civil War period. On the Marin (North) shore there are three forts and several attack positions.

Sadly I decided to pay this a visit on my last day of the trip and only had a couple of hours. But I'm keen to check out the tunnels if I can find them.

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