This bunker is located at the side of Road of Remembrance in Folkestone, dug directly into the cliff face. As with many bunkers of this type, no documentary evidence can be traced of its origins or use. It is believed, however, to be a WW2 Naval communication facility. The tunnels are lined throughout in concrete, and there are many partitioned rooms, retaining original paintwork, doors and other features, including the remains of some wartime posters. Toilet facilities also exist, at street level behind the main entrance, the rest of the rooms being down a set of stairs. Above the entrance to the bunker is a ventilation plant room. The bunker does not appear to have been used since the war, and the main doors have remained sealed for a number of years.
The ownership of this bunker is unknown, but it has been suggested recently that the bunker could be made into a tourist attraction, any further details would be appreciated.
Entrances to the vent room (above) and to bunker (below, sealed)
Toilets just inside
Steps to the lower level
Passage between the rooms
Door remaining in one of the rooms
Sign on the ceiling
Ventilation room above the bunker