UrbanSickness UK Urban Exploration
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Asylums + Hospitals -

Bangor Hospital   Cane Hill   Cane Hill Demolition   Central Middlesex Hospital   Cherry Knowles  Denbigh  Deva  Fairmile Hospital   Graylingwell Asylum  Harperbury Hospital  Hellingly  High Royds   Holywell  King Edward VII   Lancaster Moor   Leybourne Grange 
Lincoln General   Severalls   St Clements   St Georges   St Marys   UCL Middlesex   West Park   West Middlesex Hospital
Whittingham Hospital  Worcester Royal Infirmary  Yardley Green 

Military -

Anstruther Rotor Bunker Crowborough GCHQ + Aspidistra  Dover   Drakelow RSG/RGHQ Farleigh Down Tunnel   Fort Burgoyne Fort Paull   Goosnargh Bunker  Lansdown No.12 Group HQ  Kelvedon Hatch  Llanberis Ammunition Store  Longcross Barracks  Maidstone No.1 Group HQ  Monkton Farleigh  North Weald Mobilisation Centre  RAF Chilmark  RAF Holmpton  RAF Newton  
RAF Wartling  ROC Posts   Royal Military Academy   Wentworth Command Bunker

Industrial -

Battersea Power Station  Chinnor Cement Works   Fletchers Paper Mill  Ford Dagenham  Horton Kirby Paper Mill
HP Sauce Factory  NGTE Pyestock  Shipton Cement Works  SLP Engineering  Tolly Cobbald Brewery

Underground -

Browns Folly  Box freestone Quarry  Carshalton Air Raid Shelter  Eastry Chalk Mine  Epsom Road Deep Shelter  Hever Caves  Monks Quarry  Paris Catacombs  Paris Catacombs - 4 Day Visit  Ramsgate Tunnels  Ridge Quarry   Shorts Factory 
Swan Quarry (Kingsdown)  Westwood Quarry 

Other -

BIBRA Laboratory  Big Brother House  Chichester Emergency Bunker   Crawley Borough Emergency Bunker   Drapers Tower   Duke of Lancaster   Firbeck Hall   Lincoln Conservative Club  Pleasureland 
Silverlands  St Josephs Seminary   St Pancras Station  Tank testing Facility  Ushaw Seminary 

Dover - Deep Shelters and plotting rooms

Visited 2005-2010



You can imagine with weatlh of underground places that Dover has hidden away. The area of UK mainland the Germans would have seen first when invading during World War II.
So naturally it was the place that needed to be defended and also the best place for monitoring ships in the channel and any German broadcasts, aswell as directing our own aircraft.

Thousands of people a year walk along the footpaths of the coastline around Dover, little do they know that just under the surface are miles of tunnels where people worked to secure victory in World War II.
There are deep shelters which were used when enemy aircraft were attacking, these are the same design and many others around the country, there were also plotting rooms were our aircraft were directed and where the enemy were followed to watch there movements.
Although the passages are pretty much stripped of everything you still get a feel or what it must have been like, with hundreds of staff working together in damp cold conditions and dim lights.
Now just rusting iron and corroded wiring it may not be long before these passages are in accessable and are forgotton.


Below are seperate galleries of the different shelters, plotting rooms, magazines and other world war 2 relate infrastructure found in Dover

Fan Bay Deep Shelter - A deep shelter for use by military personal in the event of an air raid on Dover.
Would have mainly been used by those firing the anti aircraft gun at Fan Bay and supporting soldiers.


Fan Bay Magazine - The magazine would have held the ammunition used in the anti aircraft guns at Fan Bay, there are 3 of these magazines in closed proximity to where the anti aircraft gun would have been.


South Foreland Plotting Room - Would have either been used in the directing of ships in the English channel or would have been used to relay information of the incoming enemy air attack to the anti aircraft gunners.




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