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Report - Staffordshire daytrip

bubblehead

you lost the game
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Having been forced to work all weekend i decided it wasn't gonna stop me from at least doing one little trip and ended up dong a lightning tour of a few places in Staffs i wanted to check out.

First stop was Beech caves and the saw mill next to it
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Then a short hop down the road to ROF swynerton. Knowing i couldn't get onto the training area i decided to have a mooch for the old station that brought the workers in. Alas it seems to have all been developed now but i did find the old signals box.

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Seeing as i was next door to the rifle range i had a quick poke round there too.

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wolf1e

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Always wanted to go beyond the bricked up wall at the back of the cavern in Beech to explore it properly was always hoping that someone would remove a few ;)
I believe they stored munitions and local art treasures down there during the war
 

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