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Thread: So with the declassification of "R Hour" I can finally post this...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkness View Post
    That, is fudging awesome! i'm sure there's a few of these around, but i've never seen one as complete as this!
    There's a rumour that there's a similar bunker (but many times larger) near the Alford ROC post, but i can't track down it's entrance so it could be hear say.

    Stunning dude, great report.
    I think you're on about Skendleby dude, not far from Skegness. It's now in use for servers by a company called Centrinet.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Badoosh View Post
    I think you're on about Skendleby dude, not far from Skegness. It's now in use for servers by a company called Centrinet.
    That's a novel use for it!
    But the rumour was that there is a bunker under what's known in the area as miles cross hill, around here.

    But like i say, more than likely hearsay dude.
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    Great find, I was just reading about R Hour the other day when it was declassified. (then I had to watch Dr. Strangelove)

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    Man ALIVE!!

    That looks brilliant, just amazing...imagine the gems in all those documents....

    ONE - well done for keeping it under your hat, and
    TWO - THANKS for showing us!

    hopefully the owners'll have a change of heart or sell it on to someone who cares...
    at least it's out of harms way for a while...

    nicely done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkness View Post
    That's a novel use for it!
    Actually, it's a very common use for former nuclear bunkers. The conditions inside are ideal for servers - stable temperatures, etc...

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    I AM NOT WORTHY, awesome find Cogito!

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    Nice report but I really hope this doesn't get trashed. You've all ready supplied enough information for me to find it's location, using only google.

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    This depresses me slightly. I don't think it would be possible to find anything cooler than that place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by \/\/\/ View Post
    Nice report but I really hope this doesn't get trashed. You've all ready supplied enough information for me to find it's location, using only google.
    Cogito stated its now sealed now so hopefuly there is little chance of this happening...
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    Great report though a couple of things look out of place the washing up liquid bottle says 74p and the high density foam look from a later time. :)
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