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South Foreland No. 2&3 Gun Magazines - April 2013

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Part of the South Foreland Battery, these gun magazines are probably the most obvious on the site. They would've held ammunition for Number 2 and 3 guns further down. We also tried out Wire Wool for the first time here.

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Nice set there, Dover seems to be a bit of a Aladins cave for underground stuff

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