The Dover saga continues with the third trip back into Kent with the sights set on good old Dumpy B. Another spot we missed on the previous trip.
Knowing of this place but not knowing just how much it had been renovated for public access made this feel a little less like an urbex trip, yet still worth the visit.
Heading from nearby St Margaret’s Deep Shelter, onto Lyden Spout Shelter and the odd surface level feature from the remains of the Battery.
Knowing this was here but not knowing where to look, saw us another trip across the country to Dover to check out a deep level shelter with the most fun yet potentially dangerous entrance.
Another location that’s been on the list for quite some time and exploring the day nearby in Dover, made perfect sense to head over the short trip to the Road of Remembrance Bunker.
Tired with the usual struggle for any worth while explores and fully aware that Dover is abundant with war time history made for the ideal destination.
A failed re-attempt at a well known nearby spot and a long walk to another nearby lesser known spot, we found ourselfs wondering where to head next.
At a very windy corner of the Isle of Wight, at the well known edge of The Needles, sits this rocket testing facility built to secretly test space rockets.
Another unexpected surprise after aiming for another well known nearby site, with additional bonus of the access door being wide open in a welcoming fashion from the cold.
Having had this place on my must see list for quite some time and some recent pictures from other explorers giving us more of an incentive, a business trip the right direction was welcomed last minute.