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Report - Tunbridge-wells underground battle headquarters



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paul

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bored this evening so went for a little mission , batteried up the torch got my "get plastered in crap" kit on and grabbed the camera for you lots sake ;)


been down these tunnels a few times but its always been flooded and with the water level of dams and stuff being dangerously low recently in the southeast i decided to go venture!

there are 3 main blocks that stand about 8 foot above ground that go in a dogleg fashon and represent a triangle at plan veiw angle.

we only went down 2 of them becase 2 are parallell with each other so can see whats going on down the long passages.


well ill let the pictures explain ...




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the 3rd entrance that is quite hidden in the woods and does take some searching to find..

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inside the dog leg bricked entrances looking towards the barred up steps that are at a very steep angle

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steel door which has a little 2 inch round peep hole at the top , this is at the bottom of the steps which lead down about 50 ft or maby deeper, at least 200 steps leading down ..


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looking down the flooded corridor

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looking down the steps towards another attempt to block the entrance a bricked up bit halfway down..

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note watermark where winter water usually sits

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bluured bricked up bit

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and again just more blurred



well please exuse the pics being a bit shitty but it was hard to find the right setting that would give me long range flash but also long exposure for brighter pics

acsess is well quite easy , no security and a good laugh

pm me for directions if you are interested exploring deeper , its about the size of a football pitch in a triangle shape

hope you lot like ;)