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Posted on 09/30/2013


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Air Raid Shelter (9 of 9)

Air Raid Shelter (9 of 9)
This is looking up at the square 'opening' at far end- maybe an emergency ecsape route (?).
It also shows one of the 3 round openings that are down the length of the shelter.
That appears to be a Small Tortoriseshell butterfly on the roof.

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Shine&Sparkle
Shine&Sparkle
Was the square opening actually a hole, or does it have a door/hatch over it? And the round ones? I suppose it would make quite a sheltered spot for butterfly to hibernate in.
3 years ago.
spacemouses has replied to Shine&Sparkle
It been there over 70 years- it may have had a cover on the top...
3 years ago.
James Ruddy
James Ruddy
I found this, and it should help answer some of the questions:

www.pillbox-study-group.org.uk/index.php/other-wwii-defensive-structures/air-raid-shelters
3 years ago.