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Report - WW II Fuel Underground Fuel Depot Aug 2010

Discussion in 'Military Sites' started by Lamb Phall, Aug 25, 2010.

  1. Lamb Phall

    Lamb Phall 28DL Full Member
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    WW II fuel storage in Cornwall. Iv'e done a search and cannot find any reports or info on this place. Any Info on this place or the workings of similar places would be gratefull. Exact location will remain private to preserve its condition.

    Deep In the woods
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    Underground Outlet Valves
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    Pipe with fuel still in it
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    Outlet Valves and to the right the entrance to the chamber (tardis) as far as I could find this was the only way in to the chamber.
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    Entrance to chamber
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    Inside the chamber. There are rope pullys, valves etc and pipes leading down into a seperate chamber, why would the entrance to this chamber be secure and not just a normal enterance ??
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    Pipes leading down to a second chamber
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    Entrance to the second chamber / fuel storage
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    Note to myself check the ceiling on the way in instead of on exit there were loads of spiders hanging around.
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