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Report - St Martin's Deep Shelter, Dover, Kent - 03/02/08

pauln

too old to be reckless
28DL Full Member
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Last photographed site on our (pauln, sectionate and charlie) mini Dover day out is the well visited site of St Martin's Deep Shelter. Originally part of a Napoleonic battery it was extended to provide a deep shelter for the crew of the St Martin's Battery looking out over Dover Harbour.

Entrance passageway is Napoleonic
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Deep Shelter entrance is to the right. A few older rooms ahead and left
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Deep Shelter
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Part way along it looks like there has been a roof fall and some smoke damage. I came out coughing black chalk dust. Ewww.
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Me
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Adjacent to the battery is a car park and across the road somebody has dug out the entrance to another small Napoleonic Site. Worth a quick visit if you are in the area. Quick bit of searching suggests this was Archcliffe Gallery.

Thanks for a great day out guys.
 

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