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  • Combe Down Tunnel

    Combe Down, Somerset, United Kingdom

    A mile long railway tunnel on the Bath extension line of the Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway, which ran between Midford and Bath Queen Square until 1966.

  • Command and Control Centre

    Corsham, Wiltshire, United Kingdom

    One of the UK's best kept secrets, CCC is an active government bunker located at Peel Circus in Corsham, above ground the site consists of nothing more than a doorway in to a mound of earth, obscured from public view by a ring of trees and vegetation.

  • Copenacre Quarry

    Corsham, Wiltshire, United Kingdom

    Originally an average sized Bath stone quarry, later put in to use as a Royal Navy store making use of an area of land beside the A4 owned by the Hartham Estate, it remained it operation until the mid 90s, it's now sealed and abandoned.

  • Dapstone Quarry

    Monkton Farleigh, Wiltshire, United Kingdom

    Dapston Quarry is a small and long forgotten quarry beneath Farleigh Down.

  • Down Street Station

    Piccadilly, London, United Kingdom

    Down Street is a London Underground station between Hyde Park Corner and Green Park on the Piccadilly line, it was closed in 1932 and later used as an air raid shelter.

  • Eastlays Quarry

    Gastard, Wiltshire, United Kingdom

    Eastlays Quarry has been used since 1988 for secure, controlled wine storage. Handling over four million cases of wine a year, Octavian has the capacity at the Eastlay cellars to store over 800,000 cases in ideal conditions, 90 feet underground, constant year round temperatures, absence of ultra violet light, no vibration and full humidity control.

  • Elm Park Quarry

    Gastard, Wiltshire, United Kingdom

    A fairly small quarry which was never heavily converted although acquired by the war department for storage, it is now back in use as a Bath stone quarry.

  • Farleigh Down Tunnel

    Ashley, Wiltshire, United Kingdom

    Farleigh Down is a tunnel connecting the Monkton Farleigh ammunition depot with the main line railway at Ashley. The tunnel is over a mile long and straight. A conveyor belt was used to move the ammunition underground between the top of the hill and the main line. The tunnel is so shallow in some places that it can be seen from across the valley as a strip of dry uncultivated grass.

  • Fort Gilkicker

    Gosport, Hampshire, United Kingdom

    Fort Gilkicker is an abandoned 1800's military fort on the South coast of England. Parts of the main building are very unsteady and fragile so watch your step, the gun armaments are pretty damp and rotten. Over the years vandals have trashed much of the place but it's well worth a visit.

  • Goodes Hill Mine

    Gastard, Wiltshire, United Kingdom

    This mine lies to the east of Eastlays, it is on the opposite side of the Gastard to Whitley road. It is a very small mine, similar in size to Hollybush with one slope shaft.

  • Graham's Grovel

    Monkton Farleigh, Wiltshire, United Kingdom

    An old stone quarry haulage way running from the converted ammunition depot of area of Monkton Farleigh through to the old abandoned stone workings of Browns Folly Mine.

  • Greenham Common Silos and Bunkers

    Greenham Common, Newbury, Berkshire, United Kingdom

    Former Cruise Missile Launch Site and Cold War Airfield.

  • Hack Green Nuclear Bunker

    Nantwich, Cheshire, United Kingdom

    Located in Cheshire, the first role of this former-secret site was during the Second World War, its role was to act as a decoy and confuse German bombers looking for a railway junction, crucial to the military's logistics plans in Crewe.

  • Hallen Fuel Depot

    Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom

    A cluster of huge underground fuel tanks, built to store fuel stocks in WW2 serving the Avonmouth to London pipeline with aviation fuel, an HAA site was set up to protect the fuel reserve.

  • Hallen ROC

    Hallen, Bristol, United Kingdom

    On top of a hill over looking the Severn off of Hallen Road to the East, North of the M5.

  • HMS Royal Arthur

    Corsham, Wiltshire, United Kingdom

    HMS Royal Arthur moved from Skegness to Corsham, it was a naval training school for new recruits.

  • Hollybush Mine

    Gastard, Wiltshire, United Kingdom

    Hollybush is a small, single entrance quarry situated south of Wadswick Lane nearer Neston than Wadswick, the reason the quarry is so small is because it was found that the stone quality was poor.

  • Hope Cove ROTOR

    Salcombe, Devon, United Kingdom

    RAF Bolt Head, or Hope Cove was a World War II airfield and later the site of an R6 ROTOR bunker near Salcombe in Devon. The semi-sunk bunker made up part of the RAF's radar monitoring network.

  • Hortham Hospital

    Bristol, Somerset, United Kingdom

    A vast and disused hospital and later mental hospital. The site is in bad condition now-a-days after closing in the 80s. The hospital is known to be haunted by ex-patients, staff and people who have visited the hospital since it's closed.

  • Imber Village

    Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire, United Kingdom

    A small farming village requisitioned by the War Department in 1943, the residents were evicted and the village has been hidden from the public on Salisbury Plain ever since.

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