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This is a sympathetically restored bunker and is well worth the visit. Off the beaten track but amazing to think that this was I used 100 years ago as a HQ.
A short walk up the hill to beautiful views across to Ypres and all...More
Took ages to find as not well sign posted. Disapointed when we got to see the bunkers, in fact not much to see. Shame rearly as the area had so much suffering during ww1 but i supose its been left as it was that many...More
We were camping locally so had the opportunity to explore the bunkers at night by torchlight. It was an interesting experience thanks to the info boards.
If you climb the hill at the back of the bunkers it leads to a great view over the...More
If your going to Mount Kemmel then it's worth stopping to see the bunkers ,part of a larger complex tunneling into the hillside, easily missed on the climb up from Kemmel, but there are better examples elsewere on the battlefield.
First I should say to readers who haven't been to WW1 battlefields before, there are many sites that can appear quite small (as this one is), however they should be included into an itinerary exploring the area and should be considered on that basis. Also...More
These WWI British bunkers are much less primitive than many you will see, but representative of underground earthworks during WWI. The path to the bunkers is easy. We added to this a walk from the town square which was a pleasant break from our travels....More