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Forgotten Air Raid Shelters Found Under Tuesday Market Place

Forgotten Air Raid Shelters Found Under Tuesday Market Place

Published by KLFM
11:58am 9th May 2013.

Workmen doing surveys ahead of changes to the Tuesday Market place in King's Lynn have stumbled across forgotten Air Raid Shelters, that have lain undisturbed since the Second World War.

They lowered a camera into a small hole that opened up and took photos, but didn't get inside.

West Norfolk Borough Council is now looking for anyone who remembers going down there back in the 1940's or knows any details of how they came to be sealed away.

If you know anyone who remembers the shelters please call our news room on 01553 771 778.

Forgotten Air Raid Shelter in Tuesday Market Place in King's Lynn.

Air Raid Shelter under the Tuesday Market Place in King's Lynn

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