Dodge Hill WW2 air raid Shelters

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Derelictman7

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I visited this site two weeks ago along with vlogger Daft Monkey
The entrance was encased with 2 foot thick solid concrete and capped with a 6 mm steel sheet, however somebody
gradually cut the steel sheet and chipped away at the concrete block, leaving a 4x4 foot hole.
Since then, all of Manchester's urbexers have got in and filmed the site
Originally built in 1938, using the malleable red sandstone, this network of tunnels is somewhat formidable of having
the reputation of being lost. I believe back in 2013 two teenagers were trapped in there for 4 hours.

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