Last year I wrote about a recentely excavated 622 personnel bunker next to the light house of Cap Ferret. The restauration is under way and it looks very good and professional. More pictures can be found via GRAMASA’s Picasa.
In: France, News · Tagged with: 622, ar36, atlantikwall, cap ferret, gramasa, regelbau, restauration
6202 a photo by félixlechat on Flickr. GRAMASA, the local bunker association in the south west of France has uncovered a fantastic 622 with all the camouflage paint still on the walls. The same paint was used to draw this man smoking a pipe. Must be original?
In: France, News · Tagged with: 622, ar 36, arcachon, atlantikwall, cap ferret, gramasa, regelbau
Unfortunately for our field of interest, I often have to write about demolition and decay. The process is unstoppable and we have to live with it. However, raising concerns can never be bad. Last week I made a visit to Stützpunktgruppe Voorne, in Holland. It was like seeing old friends. It was six years ago […]
In: Articles, Demolition/Disappearing, News · Tagged with: 409a, 410, 622, atlantikwall, bunkers, destroyed, frescos, heritage, regelbau, voorne, warning, wassermann
We did a new tour over the island to see what changed during the last ten years on Voorne. New photos of the Klein-Heidelbergstellung Stp XXIV ML, the Biberstellung Stp XXIII HL, Bp 60 the 616 and Wn 102 H the 134. Bunkersite.com update
In: Bunkersite update · Tagged with: 134, 601, 622, atlantikwall, biber, bunkersite, entgiftungsraum, heidelberg, klein, l 409a, l 410, l 480, l 481, radar, tobruk, voorne, wassermann
Lookout, originally uploaded by Artz!. Cap Blanc Nez
In: Photography · Tagged with: 622, atlantikwall, beobachter, blanc, cap, channel, english, france, frankreich, frankrijk, kanaal, mur, nez, nord, offener, pas-de-calais, tobruk
In the November 1942 the health resort of Silkeborg Bad was confiscated by the Germans and in March of the following year the construction of a dozen Ständige bunkers started. The newly installed Wehrmachtsbefehlshaber in Dänemark (Commanding Officer of the army in Denmark) Hermann von Hanneken moved his headquarters from Copenhagen to Silkeborg Bad in […]