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- Conservation, Heritage & Tourism, pp.5-7
- Defence & Military, pp.7-8
- Mines & Quarries, pp.8-10
- Tunnels & Tunnelling, pp.10-12
- Publications – Books, pp.12-15
- Publications – Periodicals, pp.15-16
- Miscellaneous, pp.16-17
Blackheath Hill Railway Tunnel, Nick Catford, pp.18-20
Area Combined Headquarters Chatham and HMS Wildfire, Bob Jenner, pp.21-31
Erith Hospital: WW2 Field Hospital Casualty Station and postwar X-Ray Department, Nesta Caiger, pp.32-33
Nevill Street, SOuthport – a Christmas puzzle, Andrew Smith, pp.34-36
The Three Tunnels on the former Woodside and South Croydon Railway, London Borough of Croydon, Paul W. Sowan, p.37
A day on the London Underground, Nick Catford, pp.38-45
Dudley Canal Tunnels and the People’s £50M Lottery: History of Dudley Canal Tunnel System, Vic Smallshire, pp.46-49
Communal air raid shelter in East Sheen under threat, Nick Catford, pp.50-51
Coober Pedy, South Australia – “Opal Capital of the World”, Stewart Wild, pp.52-53
Opal Prospecting in Coober Pedy Today, Martin Dixon, pp.54-55
Local Legends, John Burgess, p.55
Gottow and Juterbog, September 2007, Jane McGregor, pp.56-59
From The Archives: Underground Quarries for stone for making turned pots in the 17th century Italy, p.59
Istanbul’s High-Risk Tunnels under the Bosphorus, Julian Allason, p.60
Chislehurst Caves in World War One, Rod LeGear, pp.61-64
Underground Features of the Railways in Sweden, Lars A. Hansson, pp.65-68
Keywords / Topics:
Blackheath Hill. Railway Tunnel.
HMS Wildfire. Chatham. ACHQ.
Euston. City Road. South Kentish Town. Embankment. Strand. Trafalgar Square.
Dark Cavern. Wrens Nest.
Bunker. East Germany. Cold War.