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Report - Week St.Mary - Cornwall Group - May 2011


Bunker hunting
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This post is OPEN
Opened 1960 closed 1968

Post is flooded to a few inches so just as well I took some wellies, the FSM tube has rusted out completely and now lies in the monitoring room floor along with some rubble at the bottom of the shaft.

The vent has some white sheeting tied around it, I persume this has been done to prevent tractors crashing into it seeing the field has been freshly planted with crops.

This post has been built back to front, very strange climbing to the bottom of the ladder and the toilet room being on the opposite side. I am not sure if this was done on purpose or if the builders had been on the beer the night before. After looking on subrits site the neighbouring post Launceston was also built the same way.

A two storey aircaft tower stands next to the post, not seen this design before, no access as the stairs have been reomved.


Stealth vent hiding under sheeting

Going down

Back to front monitoring room


Rubble at the bottom of the shaft, FSM pipe lying by the door

Toilet room

Aircraft tower (sorry about crap pic)


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