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Report - RNCF - Royal Navy Cordite Factory - Holton Heath Nov 2010

Dorset_Josh

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
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The first batch of pictures are of the two gun towers which were put in place to provide flak cover from two large anti aircraft guns and protect the site against German bombers. The two towers are situated within 2 miles of each other, one to the north of the site and one to the west of the factory.
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The final set of pictures are taken from the 'derelict' part of the site. This is the best bit and hidden away in the woods behind a gert fence. Well worth the effort to get in and the sort of place you could keep going back to and finding new buildings and hideaways!

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Like i said, pretty cool and so big you need a good pair of walking boots, a weekend, good sense of direction and rhino skin to avoid all the brambles and gorse bushes! I'm going back one day to explore further... oh and there is a massive underground water reservoir which is padlocked but you can see through holes and it looks awesome. Newage has sme pretty good photos of it. Check it out...
 

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