Bonfire Prayers

Remember, remember the Fifth of November The Gunpowder Treason

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Bonfire Anthem

Now is the time for marching Now let your hearts be gay Hark to

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ROC Post Crowborough - Lewes Bonfire Night Celebrations

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ROC Post Crowborough. . .

Abandoned derelict ROC Post just off the Uckfield road in Crowborough, Sussex. Over 1,500 of these small bunkers were built at various points around the country during the Cold War. They were designed to house three members of the Royal Observer Corps, whose job it would be to use supplied equipment to gauge the bomb power and ground zero of a nuclear blast and report back to a group H.Q. Read more at www.subterraneanhistory.co.uk It is well hidden by trees and still in a fairly good condition with its original flaky green paint. I took only photos and left only my footprints.

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Roc Post Abandoned Derelict Crowborough Sussex Cold War Bunker

Roc Post Abandoned Derelict Crowborough Sussex Cold War Bunker

Roc Post Abandoned Derelict Crowborough Sussex Cold War Bunker

Roc Post Abandoned Derelict Crowborough Sussex Cold War Bunker

Roc Post Abandoned Derelict Crowborough Sussex Cold War Bunker

Roc Post Abandoned Derelict Crowborough Sussex Cold War Bunker

Roc Post Abandoned Derelict Crowborough Sussex Cold War Bunker

Roc Post Abandoned Derelict Crowborough Sussex Cold War Bunker

Roc Post Abandoned Derelict Crowborough Sussex Cold War Bunker

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