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    Sited east of Osmotherley the bunker for Starfish Bombing Decoy (SF Series): e19136 Parent(s): Middlesbrough.This one is locked up and looks to have had a waterproof cover put on the roof.


    E19136 (3) by Rich Cooper2012, on Flickr


    E19136 (4) by Rich Cooper2012, on Flickr


    E19136 (7) by Rich Cooper2012, on Flickr


    E19136 (8) by Rich Cooper2012, on Flickr




    E19136 (10) by Rich Cooper2012, on Flickr


    E19136 (11) by Rich Cooper2012, on Flickr


    E19136 (12) by Rich Cooper2012, on Flickr


    E19136 (15) by Rich Cooper2012, on Flickr

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    As always Mr Cooper, enjoyable and interesting, Thanks.
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    Thats a little beaut! it always makes me curious when the doors locked!,thanks for sharing.

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    Not seen one of that type before. I wonder what it was for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by krela View Post
    Not seen one of that type before. I wonder what it was for?
    Its listed as a starfish site for Middlesbrough,I'd like to know what was on the concrete base next to it :)

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    Interesting that,do you reckon that's the original door.There's a nice person involved,I think the dish to the right of the poppy is placed to encourage the housemartins to nest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldscrote View Post
    Interesting that,do you reckon that's the original door.There's a nice person involved,I think the dish to the right of the poppy is placed to encourage the housemartins to nest.
    Your correct there about the dish it has an old martins nest in it or swallows ? theres also 2 more under that cover on the blast wall.Not sure if the doors original though seemed solid

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