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Report - Rosary Road Chalk Mine Norwich sept 2013


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Visited with a couple of mates recently on my roadtrip to Norfolk and it was awesome i really enjoyed it....

This chalk mine served as an air raid shelter during the Second World War (as can be seen with some the remaining artifacts). It's built into a hillside on the North side of the city centre and has been around since at least the 1700's. There are two mines in the area, Rosary Road A and Rosary Road B. This is Rosary Road B. The access for Rosary Road A has, I believe, been sealed and covered over by buildings and a raised car park.

Right a few pics....









Thanks for looking....

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