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  1. I have held out on this for a very long time trying to find history "Just that little bit different", But failed miserably, Theres lots out there referring to title deeds, Access rights under peoples gardens etc but no real history about who built it and when, When construction started and when it was finalized etc. Visited with a very good friend of mine who despite much nagging still hasn't joined up on here , Anyways enough of my drivel on with some pics And thats all folks, Thanks for browsing through my piccies
  2. A revisit was in order with Obscurity,Fortknox0 and frosty and this time Space Invader joined us for a look around This is looking back along the Arp (tower hamlets tunnel) just before lagoon caves Section leading to the tower hamlets tunnel from the lagoon caves Now a few from in lagoon caves Toilet block at the end of the caves Back into the main tunnel looking towards the bricked wall just before the builders rubbish blockage Another toilet block in beaufoy’s caves Looking down just after the long crawl over broken shower doors and rotten wood Now sealed passage into the workshop area beyond this was obviously still in use That was that nice to visit the place again!!
  3. At Tower Hamlets of Dover lies a system of tunnels forgotten for years. Over the last few years its secrets have been uncovered. This is an excellent example of one of Dover’s many WW2 ARP shelters. Parts of the tunnels have now been separated and are now used for storage by various shops above. Was good to finally tick this one off the list.
  4. Right not going into the history of the place as its been quite nicely reported on other sites ..this is an arp that has a tunnel joining the 2 aforementioned caves,entrance is Amusing as ever,hats off to the guys who more recently went down ! It cant be said that its laid undiscovered as some parts are obviously still in use,just not visited by any urbex! It was visited with knox obs and frosty ..battered and bruised in places but a good night out anyways! Right as it goes was a good explore way too much clambering around involved and not unlike other arp's but worth the cold night out,thanks for looking
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