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UK Mesnes/Pagefield Air Raid Shelter. October 2015.

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Visited this place with Vulex. After a morning of fails around Liverpool Vulex was kind enough to suggest a couple of spots in Wigan that he knew of. The entrance to the bunker was tucked away to say the least and I reckon I would have struggled finding it without the local knowledge (cheers mate). Not a bad little wander this one with a few bits a bods still down there of interest. Quite liked the old gate myself.























Thanks For Looking :thumb


More pics on my Flickr page,


https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/albums/72157661260865949

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3 hours ago, Vulex said:

A day of fails, at least you got to see one site. :) 

Yep, it was a nice end to the day mate. Thanks for showing me around the place :thumb


3 hours ago, hamtagger said:

Dunno what the fook that white powder is coming out of the barrel?! Did you have a sniff? :D

Not that day mate. I was on my best behaviour :-D

2 hours ago, Lenston said:

Love these old shelters, cheers for posting up :) 

Thanks for looking bud :thumb

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13 hours ago, coolboyslim said:

Yea it can have some cracking shots when light is just right on that ladder. Thx for posting.

Thanks bud :thumbLike that on myself :)


6 hours ago, Lavino said:

This shelter is hard to light well. Decent shots there 

Cheers Lavino :)

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21 hours ago, Hydro3xploric said:

Liking no. 9 matey :thumb 

Thanks bud. A fave of mine also :thumb


12 hours ago, scrappy said:

Not bad, I did like it here when I went. I don't remember the gate hahaha

Thanks Scrappy :thumb 

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You've taken some good shots considering how hard places like this are to light up :thumb

cheers for sharing

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