737 Bunker Salisbury Plain
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I refer to this as the 737 Bunker and it is locateon the Salisbury Plain.
Posted by truthseekers last updated Thu 23 Feb 2017 at 11:26
Market Lavington, Wiltshire, Wiltshire, United Kingdom
Grid reference: SU026512
Location 51.260525, -1.963307
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I refer to this as the 737 Bunker as there is half a Boeing 737 next to it. Warning signs that X-Rays will be present when warning sirens sound and an odd bunker building with a look out tower. Could be used for military training - but the warning about X-Rays sounds ominous. When the red flags aren't flying on the Plain it "may" be safe for you to walk over to it and have a look. It seems to be above ground. I have no evidence there is anything underground. Signs outside say it is operated by "COTEC" who I believe are a weapons testing company.
OS Maps seem to refer to this location as a "Shelter"
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