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Thread: Llanberis Bomb Depot, Aug. 2009

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    Default Llanberis Bomb Depot, Aug. 2009


    The history has been done many times before - a giant WWII bomb depot in North Wales that embarrassingly collapsed and had to be dug out in a hurry. It's a pretty empty site, but with some impressively huge underground chambers - with brilliant eco effects in some of them :)












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    thats amazing what a huge site:)

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    Some good pictures here mate like no. 2 :)

    Looks an interesting site this has been on my list to do for ages!
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    awesome i love it.

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    Great stuff Ben. I didn't know this place existed. Really good photos too, so thanks!
    "You never planned on the bombs in the sand/Or sleeping in your dress blues."

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    Thumbs up Nice work!


    Great stuff - i love this site!
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    nicely captured ben
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    Great photo's there, not so far from where I stay on Anglesea either:)
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    Cheers - aye, it's a fascinating place, though not actually not all that much there. Fun to play with the echoes :)

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    Well done Ben, what it lacks in features it makes up for in size, great set of photos
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/45100355@N04/

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