Note: revisit made 15/2/2010, with permission of the new owners. Very little has changed inside the tunnels and they remain empty and unused. Further research into the tunnels has led to their identification as 'Scott's Caves'. This is due to them being behind the former Messrs. Scott & Son's Dying and Dry Cleaners premises, who used the tunnels as stores and workshops. One tunnel was previously used by the Admiralty and the other as an Air Raid Shelter during WW2.
These caves are on private land, many thanks to the owners for allowing access.
Plan of the tunnels
Looking towards cliff fall at entrance of Cave 'A'
Looking towards the rear of Cave 'A'
Passage to well shaft at rear of Cave 'A'
Inside the passage shown above