Thursday, 9 December 2010

Pierremont Park WW2 shelter broadstairs

Right there is no actual history on the shelter it's self ,well none i could find just history on the park and gardens which dates back too the 1700's a brief bit of history on the park

Pierremont Park has a hall and associated gardens of unknown size dating from 1785. The site was purchased by the district council for council use in 1927. The gardens include specimen trees, a fountain and a pergola.

Visited with uncle b, and obscurity...
















Few updated pics form a visit much later on...






Right thanks to Space invader ..he knows why,after this we did a walk and lift around broadstairs as you do..plenty of sewers and soak aways..and i fell on me arse sliding down some mud ..all in all a good trip tho!!

1 comment:

  1. There used to be two entrances, one was filled in in the late 60's early 70's.
    similar tunnels existed at the recreation ground by the station, again two filled in at a similar time

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