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Article about: Hi sorry for making another thread (again ) I was wondering if anyone would be interested in pics of an amazing place I discovered full of relics from the war outside an RAF base. I will onl

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    Could someone explain to me the sense of the replies to this thread?
    Private jokes,non-sense?
    And firstly,is this discovering really existing?

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    The replies are just British humour seb, which can seem a little odd to you frenchies brattacus is a member of RRPG so I am sure these items are indeed there. Give him time to get some photos........living in Scotland he has 12feet of snow to contend with and other scots, a difficult combination.

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    Yeaaaaaaah,ok !!!
    Something like "the cheese shop" or "the dead parrot" ?
    The cream of your humour,imo...
    The best for me,the M .Pīs humour.

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    massive delay sorry all, I work as a truck driver now and working 6 days a week, God knows when I will get these pics done but in the end I will do (At some point...)

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    No worries when you can is fine

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    Finally I have managed to return and photograph that helmet, and things. The ammo crate with "north sheilds" written on is 1942 or 1943 dated, need to take better pics but I was in a rush due to bad light. I couldnt find the ww2 rucksack with a ww2 period gasmask in it, I think it was american, but the brodie helmet was still there and he says he will possibly give it to me if I get him a replica german helmet. Here are the pics I took today, I reckon he has the biggest air raid shelter out of everyone in the area.
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    Although in very "salty" (as the helmet lovers say) that helmet looks great! You must have got quite a buzz being able to have a look around such a place, hopefully you're able to locate the gas mask also, I'd quite like to see it

    Thanks

    Danny

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    that lid has certainly seen some action ,.i look forward to seeing more pictures

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    good news is I managed to recover the original trip of this place and found my pic of the gasmask I took, is it american ww2 or british??
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