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Report - RNAD Milford Haven - 2/2/2008


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After meeting up with Sinnerman, DangriousDave and his mate who's not on here yet we had a brief look at the Carmarthen Infirmary but as the road outside was like Lewisham High Street on a Saturday we decided against.

We then set off for Tenby and then the RNAD in Milford Haven to have a close look at the tunnels that were reported earlier and I must admit it all made for an excellent day out.

The buildings were completely trashed but there were some interesting signs and features.

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This one had me confused a little. :D
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Part of the fire supression system.
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Then off to the tunnels.
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They really wanted to keep us out of this one.
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Then we got to one that we could get into Slimmerman went first. ;)
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There was a luminous strip running the full length of the tunnel so an ideal opportunity for some doodling with my HID torch.
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The chamber at the end was obviously where they stored the munitions and it was just massive.
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There was also a hoist there that was in such good nick I would have thought if you had stuck some current on it you could have got it going.
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Dunno what this is but it formed some sort of barrier.
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A happy explorer
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The way home.
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All in all it was a great day out. DangerousDave shouldn't ever be considered for a job as a weather man and we all felt there was more to do there.
 

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dangerous dave

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Re: RNAD Milford Haven - 2/2/2008 - REPORT

rather than starting a new thread i shall tack my pics here was an awesome visit nice to be able to put faces to names the site was trashed but the tunnels where in a good state cant get over how big the chamber at the end is
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the track was the odd thats one thing i did not expect to see here
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the best part of the day it was so awesome down there
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Benjy41

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After meeting up with Sinnerman, DangriousDave and his mate who's not on here yet we had a brief look at the Carmarthen Infirmary but as the road outside was like Lewisham High Street on a Saturday we decided against.

We then set off for Tenby and then the RNAD in Milford Haven to have a close look at the tunnels that were reported earlier and I must admit it all made for an excellent day out.

The buildings were completely trashed but there were some interesting signs and features.

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This one had me confused a little. :D
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Part of the fire supression system.
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Then off to the tunnels.
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They really wanted to keep us out of this one.
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Then we got to one that we could get into Slimmerman went first. ;)
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There was a luminous strip running the full length of the tunnel so an ideal opportunity for some doodling with my HID torch.
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The chamber at the end was obviously where they stored the munitions and it was just massive.
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There was also a hoist there that was in such good nick I would have thought if you had stuck some current on it you could have got it going.
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Dunno what this is but it formed some sort of barrier.
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A happy explorer
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The way home.
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All in all it was a great day out. DangerousDave shouldn't ever be considered for a job as a weather man and we all felt there was more to do there.
The yellow frames attached to the yellow pipes are carriers to store the flat hoses.
 

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