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Report - Stockport Shelter Dodge Hill Manchecter Jan2012

diehardlove

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Big thanks to havoc for the tour cheers mate top day still wish we would have stopped the motorway ffs:D
went with the engineer and d-uk not many pics well as its all the same lol.
The Dodge Hill deep level shelter is one of three deep level air raid shelters in Stockport, which were dug into the red sandstone on which the town centre stands on. The smallest of the tunnel shelters could accommodate 2,000 civilians and the largest 6,500 civilians. The shelters were constructed in 1938 and 1939. Stockport was bombed for the first time on 11 October 1940

After the end of the War, the tunnels were sealed up and remained virtually as they had been. Nowadays, in one of the shelters of Stockport are guided tours













 

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