The "Destroyed bunkers" thread

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Re: The "Destroyed bunkers" thread

Post by AvB » 14 Dec 2013 18:36

Private doesn't mean there has to be anything. You just don't want all kinds of people walking on your land all the time. Of course I sometimes tresspass too, but I try to ask permission all the time.

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Re: The "Destroyed bunkers" thread

Post by Bunkerfreak » 25 Dec 2013 18:37

R_Rijntjes wrote:A real shame the bunker in Oye!
I have some rather unhappy experiences to with the French, they shot on my with a hunting shotgun, that was on mt st frieux.

And then two years ago a frensh farmer wanted to kill us by driving his pick up strait towards us!
I can't understand what is wrong with this people???
Hi, the first who shoots towards me with a shotgun, i hope he have plenty of shells left then, because that would trigger the 1% button in my head and i go after him ;-)

Same for that person with his cellphone in le point d'oye... i'm not a bad person, but when they start to act agressive, that always trigger something in my head. I always encounter people friendly (or i try to). Lucky i also have my posture, i'm not a small person ;)

I need to quit reading here, i'm allready feel the "bad" trigger inside. hahaha

Thanks for the info's about the LS there, a real bad thing again.

Isnt it time to start some kind of european protection liga where we can search if owners use the right permission to destroy a bunker?
Maybe with the influence of the 2014-2018 memorial its maybe possible to get things done on european level?

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Re: The "Destroyed bunkers" thread

Post by DaSk » 25 Dec 2013 19:38

A good information from Poland. People from Kraków manage to preserve the OTZ steel shelter, and move it to museum.
There is a link to Odkrywca forum

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http://www.odkrywca.pl/ratujmy-schron-p ... tml#188915

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"Hello! After 1,5 years of hard working we manage to excavate and transfere OTZ shelter to Museum of Silesia at Katowice. A short TV material about tha event is on yesterday Teleekspress 00:09:43 (http://www.odkrywca.pl/ratujmy-schron-p ... tml#188915).

Regards

CoVoX"

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Re: The "Destroyed bunkers" thread

Post by kstdk » 25 Dec 2013 21:21

Hello

I can just say - Job well done 8-)

Its a good thing it succeded in preserving this rare type.

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Re: The "Destroyed bunkers" thread

Post by moonraker » 06 Feb 2014 12:05

hi,
the L407 a DIE07 fell tonight. questioned the heavy rain.
here the foto two week.

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Re: The "Destroyed bunkers" thread

Post by der bunkermann » 06 Feb 2014 20:04

Hi etienne, must have been quite a blast, was the bunker in use?
Here in Holland everything is "flat" so this shit can never happen..
Please post some pictures if you can..

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Re: The "Destroyed bunkers" thread

Post by moonraker » 06 Feb 2014 20:21

the room right is explosed for the dèminage french.the bunker start rocked Tuesday,but fall tonight in the chaos incroyable.I spent Saturday and you'll foto.I'm not dangerous to measure bunker.

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Re: The "Destroyed bunkers" thread

Post by StefanSiverud » 07 Feb 2014 23:41

A shame, but inevitable. More photos here: http://bunkarcheodieppe.pagesperso-oran ... t_118.html

Whoever built the white shed on top can take pride in his workmanship!

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Re: The "Destroyed bunkers" thread

Post by moonraker » 08 Feb 2014 13:53

hello
here foto from morning.I switch between sensors 8O

origine place and wall
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the descent slowly is initiated

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Re: The "Destroyed bunkers" thread

Post by JKernwerk » 09 Feb 2014 13:46

I wonder how it will look when it's down on the beach......still visitable or in ruines (and then visitable ;-))
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Re: The "Destroyed bunkers" thread

Post by kstdk » 09 Feb 2014 14:20

Hello

I dont think it will be allowed to "hang around" for long.

I suppose it will be hosed down with water and then demolished, but then again maybe it can be an attraction like the 622 at St. Maguerite sur Mer :lol:

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Re: The "Destroyed bunkers" thread

Post by der bunkermann » 09 Feb 2014 19:41

If i had time i Would love to visit it in this state.. who knows how nice it looks on the inside!

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Re: The "Destroyed bunkers" thread

Post by DaSk » 16 Feb 2014 20:56

Next Poznań LSR OT Rundbau is converting in to pile of rubble. Pity.
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Re: The "Destroyed bunkers" thread

Post by jopaerya » 07 Aug 2014 11:25

Here a 622 in Denmark , picture is from Ties .

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Re: The "Destroyed bunkers" thread

Post by TH » 07 Aug 2014 12:00

That's at Hanstholm, isn't it?
The responsible company also "accidentally" destroyed an unrelated 58c in a dune nearby.

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