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  1. Robert Dupon

    Mountwise Deep Shelter, Plymouth Jan 2013 (Jul 2009)

    This is the former private home of the Lieutenant Governor of the Plymouth Garrison, built in 1793. Winston Churchill stayed there. He visited Plymouth in 1941, to see at first hand the effects of the Luftwaffe’s bombing campaign on the city. King George IV also stayed there, but its...
  2. woody

    lydden spout deep shelter - Jan 2014

    second visit for me down to Lydden as a couple missed out on it the last time, access route has become slightly more worrying, guess that was due to the rain! dont really like revisits but what we saw when we got out was breath taking :cool: history can be found here...
  3. Wherever I may Roam

    Littlewoods Shelter Liverpool - Oct 2011-Jan 2014

    As Hitler's bombs rained down, thousands of people were forced underground for shelter,about 1,200ft of shelter was built to protect them. The murals were first discovered back in 2005.. Splored in 2011 Thanks....
  4. The Elusive

    Pillboxes and Shelters (Visited 2012)-2013

    StaffordShire has a wealth of miltary stuffs dotted around the place, I cant seem to go on a walk these days without finding some evidence of our past dotted around the place; thought I'd share some my discoveries.... Brick pillbox, Still in good condition side of layby near cannock chase...
  5. Sectionate

    Shorts Factory & Shelter - Rochester 2013

    Quick visit, organised by someone down in Rochester. It was good to get back here as this was the second or third place I ever visited. Photos: We broke away from the group as to get clear photos, so we bombed it down to the old factory and worked our way fro there.. Heading back...
  6. Wevsky

    Fan bay shelter To be sealed and reopened to public

    Someone mentioned that this shelter was to be sealed..Sounded like bollox to me but this has appeared If you havnt seen it then you may be to late! later to this i found this pic on facebook the bloke seems genuine enough and is hoping for a good reaction to this and people are welcome to...
  7. Paulpowers

    Brinksway deep level shelter, Stockport - Aug 2013

    I've not been underground for 5 days and was starting to get the shakes, my eyes had adapted to being above ground and my skin was no longer translucent so I had to find somewhere dark and cool to hide from the midday sun As I was in Stockport I decided on Brinksway deep level shelter...
  8. Harry

    London Road air-raid shelter, Portsmouth - (Visited 2010) 2013

    Built in the chalk for the citizens of Portsmouth in the event of an air-raid during WWII, it's easily the best air-raid shelter i've visited, a true time capsule of which i can't convey the feelings that were stirred inside or how oppressive it might have felt back in the day. But armed with a...
  9. Paulpowers

    Dodge Hill Air Raid Shelter, Stockport - July 2013

    I had intended on going down a couple of drains but the torrential rain had put an end to my plans and left me in Stockport with nothing to do. I've never been happy with my pics from here and I'm still not happy with the pics from the old entrance. [CENTER] There is now a sleeping bag and...
  10. D4RK-INS1GHT

    Ouseburn Culvert/Air Raid shelter - June 2013

    ​The culvert was constructed between 1907-1911 carrying the Ouseburn underneath the suburb of Heaton. It runs for a total length of 2150 ft and built at a cost of £23,000. From 1911 the valley in which the Ouseburn runs through was filled gradually over 40 years of industrial and...
  11. skeleton key

    Air raid shelter found West Yorkshire?

    Former Keighley College 6 Lord Street Keighley, West Yorkshire BD21 3DB Gotta be worth a look ? :thumb
  12. Frosty

    St Martins Deep Shelter - Dover - Visited 2012 - Posted 2013

    Few pics from St Martins, nice little shelter, could also be known as the nutcracker! ;) :D Sorry pretty crappy pics! Frosty.
  13. Harry

    St Margaret's Z-Rocket Battery Shelter, Dover - April 2013

    Now home to the local pigeon population this small deep shelter was built to protect troops of the nearby Z-Rocket from incoming axis bombs during WWII. There was two main entrances down into the shelter and one emergency escape exit. All in all, a great little splore, one of many in the area...
  14. Maniac

    Lydden Spout Plotting Room & Deep Shelter, Dover - Mar 2013

    In another round of re-visits, we decided to pop our heads into the Lydden Spout plotting room and deep shelter as they are only a short distance from each other. Like all the others dotted along the clifftops at Dover, this was built as part of the gun battery that used to be on top of the...
  15. Maniac

    South Forelands deep shelter 1, March 2013

    There's loads of these dotted around the Dover area. This one is one of the better ones in my opinion, and is one of the least reported so it would seem, mainly because it can be tricky to find if you don't know where it is (where as some of the others are easy to just stumble across) They were...
  16. skeleton key

    Great Britain Coulsdon Deep Shelter- 2012

  17. silverainbow

    Lydden Spout Deep Shelter, Dover Kent, 2012

    Been meaning to do this one for a while and have recently been doing a few "Re-Visits" of other things in the area with a newb explorer so here goes with a bit of history; Situated on the cliffs between Folkestone and Dover. Built during WW2, the Lydden Spout Deep Shelter was part of the site...
  18. Wevsky

    St. Margarets 5.5" Battery Shelter (Z Rocket) July 2012

    Did this originally in 2010 and have visited many times,my first report all that time ago i had just got my dslr and tbh the pics where gash and due to it becoming not doable when i saw some pics pop up thought it would be rude not to go down and capture the place again! Visited with...
  19. Nelly

    St Martins Deep Shelter - Dover - Nov 2011

    Splored with Skeleton Key, UrbanX, Wevsky, SpaceInvader, Troglodyte, Mrs Troglodyte, Urban Ginger and Ian ______________________________________________________ Planning for this battery situated just south east of the Drop Redoubt started around 1853 and completed in the 1870's and was...
  20. Space Invader

    St Margarets 5.5" Deep shelter , sept 2011

    visited with wevsky, troglodyte ,peach, silver rainbow, oliver gt and one flew east a little history... At St Margaret's Bay there is the underground deep shelter for St Margarets 5.5" Battery. This site was the first one to use the unrotated projectile known as the Z - Rocket which was a anti...