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Hey guys new to the forum  came across it after searching for the tunnels in longbridge (the old rover tunnels) am interested in an explore her do any of you know how to access them, in other words where the entrances are located. Many thanks

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Hi @Bish

 

Welcome along to the forum, I have moved your post to general discussion however I would suggest you hang about and contribute to the forums a bit before asking access details - even then privately. Its pretty frowned upon to ask access details, even more so when you have just got in the door :)

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Hello thanks for replie, ok fair enough that didnt cross my mind  i live like 5 minutes from there and found group through google as i was trying to find a way to have a look, most of my family worked there and just find an interest in it

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One of the entrances is definitely sealed up now. However I believe another section of it is accessible. 

 

If you use google in the right way, you can actually find out from there where the entrances are. ;) 

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Ive looked buddy non the wiser my gf thinks theres an entrance up by hollymoor surgery but im really struggling lol

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On 17/10/2016 at 6:21 PM, mookster said:

If you live five minutes from there you could, I dunno, wander down there and check it out in person? Just a thought.

Radical thinking mookster :-D

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Lol why didnt i think of that, have you ever been there? If not that would make sense as to youre post

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