They look like they have been filled in or at the very least have been neglected for the past 10 years. A cave would be a better bet than trying to
refurb one of these bunkers. That is unless one is on your property and you can devote plenty of spare time to the project.
Most of them are in bad condition but there are a few around that need just a little TLC!
The 4 i have close to me are high up on the mountain....1 is filled in,2 are in a bad state and 1 was overgrown with brambles up until i got my hands
on it ha ha....it is in fairly good condition and still has most of the orginal equipment in there exept the bunk beds. would like to keep it as an
open option if TSHTF.
I've been inside the one in York that's used as (not very popular) tourist attraction. I think everyone that's ever been there has thought about
using these posts in an emergency situation, including the inhabitants of the dozen or so houses in the cul-de-sac where the post is situated.
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