SOUTH ROAD WW2 BUNKER
IN ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA

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Subject:    South Australia - Wartime Bunker on Main Road - Pristine Condition
Date:             Sun, 17 Sep 2000 14:52:32 +0930
From:          "Lindsay Campbell" <camtec@ozemail.com.au>

Hi - Noticed you did not have the bunker that is on South Road in the middle of Adelaide. The bunker is a classic wartime, solid concrete air raid shelter. It has recently been decided to ensure that this old WWII site survives in original condition. It is located on South Road, just a stone's throw north of the Torrens football ground/Old Brickworks corner. I think there is either a bowling club or tennis club just behind it. Anyway, it is in pristine condition having been closed up since the war and the council have done a great job keeping it looking good on the outside - let me know if you would like more info and I will see what I can find out.

Cheers/

Lindsay Campbell
Squadron Leader, 92WG RAAF Edinburgh
(amateur air force historian)

 


 

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