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The southern part of the World War 2 deep level shelter under Clapham North Underground Station.
It was built between 1940 and 1942 for local residents to shelter in during enemy bombing and is one of eight in London. They consisted of two main tunnels, each split vertically into an upper and lower section. There is an entrance down a spiral staircase toward each end and then one staircase entrance in the centre from the tube station above.
This model was produced from frames extracted from three videos by IKS Exploration (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCupJSGJRVZv7Ty2Io0Hw1JQ) and Sub Exploration (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5_sYat_U8nXNIJ3tb7j_uA) and I amhugely greatful to them for producing their fascinating videos of the shelter.
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