White Cliffs Underground
Posted by ILuvNUFC in history 13 years ago
Exploration of Ex-military Tunnels, Fortifications and Underground Works in the Folkestone, Dover, and St. Margaret's Area of Kent.  
This area of England, called Hellfire Corner in WW2, is the closest to the Continent and therefore was also thought to be the first part that would be invaded by an enemy. Consequently over the years, in times of tension or war, there have been programmes of fortification and defence which have left this area with an interesting legacy of tunnels, ditches, bunkers, shelters and fortresses cut into the chalk.
 
Plenty of interesing stuff with some good photos. I particularly enjoyed the page about sound mirrors which were new to me.
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tomcat101147: close to 90% of the links I clicked on this site returned a 404 error.
Dead links
ILuvNUFC: Stoopid internets!  
Sorry. But I got a bit of a higher ratio of alive links when I found it.  
Again it was also linked to on my site so I guess we may have freaked it out a little.