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Report - St. Margret's deep - Dover - October 2011

PeZ

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Dover again! lol Can never get enough of dover, always has stuff to do!.... no interesting write up here.... so heres a little about the place..

shh stolen from Kenthistoryforum..

'the deep shelter at St. Margaret's Battery has three entrances, two where behind the guns and are now sealed. The third is close to the cliff edge. This is unlined and the entrance runs down a slope parallel with the cliff face and then turns left inland. At this point there is also an opening to the right in the cliff face, it is a long drop down! This tunnel continues unlined until the main shelter itself. The shelter is two parallel tunnels with an additional connecting tunnel that was added for the use of medical services. The shelter can house the 4 officer's and 165 other ranks from the battery in its 3,480ft of floor space with an average of 60ft cover.
This shelter was constructed by 171 Tunnelling Coy Royal Engineers.'


Any way! pictures!

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