Quick scan of a hardened domestic air raid shelter I stumbled across in the garden of a large house in Aigburth, Liverpool. It was full of dirt and debris but I spent a few days digging it out as a project during Covid lockdown!
Similar in design to the standard Anderson shelter, but much tougher and built to different sizes. Made of galvanised steel and concrete (over 6.5 inches thick everywhere), plus a big concrete blast pen protecting the entrance. Approximately 6ft beneath ground level.
Scan used approximately 70 photos, taken on a Sony A7RII with the Tamron 17-28mm. I used an LED video light and waved it around during long exposures to try and light every shot evenly from all angles. It’s not perfect but it’s a good enough representation. Feel free to download if you want to have a play with it or use it for anything, though the quality’s not fantastic.
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