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Dakota

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#3
If you like deep, dark underground places there's an ROC post on the edge of Wolston. At the end of Dyers Lane in the field opposite the farm

I had a quick look once when I was out biking. The locks had been sawn off the hatch, I opened it and had a look down. That's as far as I went!
 

Dakota

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#4
There's also a cool little look out post in Baginton which I assume would have been used during WW2

It's half above ground/half underground and not too far from the airport. Find the Church and take the public footpath down the driveway. You will go through the grounds of some cottages and over a stream. Once in the horse field and still on the public footpath look up to the top of the hill on your left

You'll have to venture off the footpath a bit to get up there. Take a torch, there's a few little rooms, it's worth a visit. I went one summer and I noticed the nettles had been trodden on so somebody had been recently, not many ppl can know it's there though. Years ago there was a report, called battle headquarters, think it's gone now
 
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