Lindemann

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Lindemann

Post by jopaerya » 06 Sep 2005 16:00

Hello All

Here some picture's of M.K.B. Lindemann , from long time ago , I made
dia-slides at that time . A friend of my was so kind to tranfer them to foto's
Sorry for the poor quality , but this is from before the digital camera's.

Regards Jos

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Post by jopaerya » 06 Sep 2005 16:03

some more
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Post by jopaerya » 06 Sep 2005 16:06

and the last
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Post by kstdk » 06 Sep 2005 17:19

Hello Jos

No excuse needed - with photos of that kind it is better with lesser quality rather than no pictures at all !!!!

And - i think the quality is quite good, come to mind, that it is made from dias !!

It is very rare footage, because not many have taken photographs of Batterie Lindemann before it was demolished.

When are they taken, i mean what year ?? And - do you have more ??

Thanks for sharing these highly interesting photos.

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Kurt
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Post by Andrzej Ditrich » 06 Sep 2005 20:27

Very nice!

I like especially this one: Lindemann 2.JPG :D
Photos made some years ago are valluable also because there are less grafitti then now.

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Post by ducatim901 » 06 Sep 2005 21:01

kstdk wrote:Hello Jos

No excuse needed - with photos of that kind it is better with lesser quality rather than no pictures at all !!!!

And - i think the quality is quite good, come to mind, that it is made from dias !!

It is very rare footage, because not many have taken photographs of Batterie Lindemann before it was demolished.

When are they taken, i mean what year ?? And - do you have more ??

Thanks for sharing these highly interesting photos.

Regards
Kurt
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Lindemann is not demolished, it lays just under about 15 meters of dirt....................
but the pictures are great, the first year I went to France with my motorcycle that was also the first year it was put under a heap of mud.............
Greetings Jack Koorneef.
P.S. more more more more more!!!!!!!!!!!

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Post by jopaerya » 07 Sep 2005 07:59

Hi All

These foto's are made on several bunkertrips to Pas de Calais ,
the first ones must been taken a 25 years ago .
I try to put some more foto's on this site later on this day,
and thanks for the your kind reviews.

Regards Jos

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Post by sdkfz182 » 07 Sep 2005 13:05

In the past I was also very fond of visiting bunkers, I made hundreds of pictures in those times.

Here are a few of them just a few weeks before it was no more longer possible to go inside them. You can see they have build a dam around them, then these will be filled with the debris they pump out the hole for actually building the channel tunnel. Today there is nothing left to see of them.

Regards, Benno
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Post by sdkfz182 » 07 Sep 2005 13:06

part 2
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Post by Jan-Hendrik » 07 Sep 2005 13:22

Very impressive !

Thanks for sharing them !

Jan-Hendrik

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Post by jopaerya » 07 Sep 2005 13:28

Hi Benno

Bunker are better then tanks :lol: :lol: :lol:
thanks for the photos of the inside of Lindemann
And you see what we all got on old info in our
basements , closets and other places.

Regards Jos

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Post by Jan-Hendrik » 07 Sep 2005 13:34

Hey friends , Tanks AND bunkers are great :D

Benno , if you have more such pics I know a forum and a thread in it that wait for such material 8)

Jan-Hendrik

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lindeman

Post by c_hoff82 » 19 Sep 2005 20:13

Hello

I must repeat, thanks for the photos.
Batterie Lindemann has always facinated me and I have always dreamed aboat visiting the place, but now.... :x arghhh

C. Hoff

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Post by jopaerya » 09 Apr 2006 18:41

Hello All

This photo is from After the Battle 29 as you
can see there is a gun painted on the wall of
a casemate of M.K.B. Lindemann , the photo-
text said that the gun was retouched on the
photo, I am not sure about this , maybe it's
German drawing to deceive the English guns
in Kent ????

Photo = Public Archive of Canada

Regards Jos
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Post by Heim62 » 10 Apr 2006 09:06

It won't console a lot but the S-100 Leitstand is still reachable. He survived to the 1945 Royal Engineers and to 1990 Eurotunnel Staffs but is heavily damaged.

RV
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