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Thread: Air Raid Shelter - A Major UK Town - Nov 2012

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    cracking work you pair


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    Did you nip in for a celebratory Ruby Murray before going home?

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    Brilliant pair of reports. I like the fried egg stalagmite too.

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    Looks awesome!
    Well done on the access

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    awesome work here guys... rumours have it that another big shelter has been discovered in plymouth aswell... some mint artefacts in there aswell... :) with a few more surprises ;) lets just say i cant wait to get back down again!

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    There must be hundreds of these still dotted around city centres all over the country. I know there are still at least 3 or 4 underneath Bristol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krela View Post
    There must be hundreds of these still dotted around city centres all over the country. I know there are still at least 3 or 4 underneath Bristol.
    road trip to bristol then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmy View Post
    road trip to bristol then?
    If you want to waste your time trying to get in them. :)

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    Great stuff guys! Really interesting report!

    I've been meaning to research what's beneath our cities for a long time now, both given a little bit of inspiration :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by krela View Post
    If you want to waste your time trying to get in them. :)
    you setting me a challenge? one i recently got into was a challenge... amazing that tri-pods have more than one use... ;)

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