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UK Ramsgate Tunnels,Cannon Rd Section 6/10/10

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This section of air raid tunnels is only 1 section of the Ramsgate Air Raid Tunnel system.It is now in 3 different parts due to blockages.Having recently got a whisper that this section was now doable we siezed the moment,I would of had better quality photos,but the visit was cut short by 2 rather friendly patroling Community Support Officers :evil:

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Fixing photbucket

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Ah but fat wreck have you been on the other side of the blockage in yer last pic :) as section in report is the other side and just as much fun!!

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Ah but fat wreck have you been on the other side of the blockage in yer last pic :) as section in report is the other side and just as much fun!!

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Showoff. :mrgreen:8-)

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Ah but fat wreck have you been on the other side of the blockage in yer last pic :) as section in report is the other side and just as much fun!!

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Showoff. :mrgreen:8-)

Me no just being informative..honest and fat wreck has done a few things i havnt :)

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