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Esplanade Level - Dover Castle 2008

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Did this one a while ago when there were lots of politics about post up reports etc, but since its now sealed, and the website in question has closed I see no reason why I shouldn't.

Esplande, (Athol + Guildford + Trevanion) is the lowest of the Dover Castle tunnel levels that we know exists, it is possible that foundation level is beneath or to the side of esplanade, but it has not been proven to exist.

Right, on with the pics, didnt get too many, was busy looking round, if that makes sense haha.






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