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    Default Crowborough Bunker - Permission Visit


    Thought I'd share this with you, I am at work so can't spend too much time on this ATM.

    The site of this bunker in Sussex was originally built in the Second World War to house a broadcasting transmitter, which soon became known as Aspidistra.

    Crowborough Bunker was closed in 1992, along with all other RGHQs as the Cold War essentially came to an end. Today it is owned by Sussex Police who use the area for training purposes.






























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    Nothing like mixing work with pleasure!Ace photos Gingie.

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    What a weird mix of mint / decay!
    Brilliant pics, thanks for sharing! :)
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