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Chislehurst Caves Chislehurst Caves

Credit for this entry to:
Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

Plaque: Chislehurst Caves

Inscription

Chislehurst Caves
People came from across London and north west Kent to shelter here during the Blitz. At the height of the bombardment between October 1940 and July 1941 thousands used the cave system each night,
The London Borough of Bromley

Site: Chislehurst Caves (1 memorial)

BR7, Old Hill, Caveside Close

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Chislehurst Caves

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The Blitz

During WW2 Britain came under heavy bombing from Germany for 8 months, 1940-1...

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Chislehurst Caves

'Caves' is a misnomer, as they are entirely man-made chalk and flint mines. T...

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Chislehurst Caves

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London Borough of Bromley

Formerly part of Kent, it has been part of Greater London since 1963.

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