Updated November 23 2010, November 28, 2010
The pictures from the R622 date from 2004.
All pictures ©2010 T.cools
The following bunkers were build at Stp Blücher.
2x117, 12x502, 2x600, 2x622,
3xW.B., 5xVf2a, 2xVf2b, 6xVf7a, Vf7b, Mashinenbunker S.K.
(Hans Sakkers, Hans Houterman - Atlantikwall in Zeeland en Vlaanderen)
One 117, a R622 survived. A 608 not mentioned by Sakkers and Houterman still exist but a large house has been build upon it.
Here below is the description
of the remaining R622, OST-O 08-372
(this bunker is on private ground, you have to ask permission to enter)
The two entrances with the appropriate bunker number OST-O 08-372
The two rooms of the R622: 'Bereitschaftsraum.
The two famous paintings showing an (German)Alpine landscape.
Another look at the wall paintings.
Next to the left side entry there's the entrance of the tunnel leading to another house. It has been sealed of with bricks.
The tunnel and right the strange acces to the tobruk stand.
Left: My friend standing near
what is so often called, the swimming pool. It is converted into
a basketball place.
It is probably from the WWII area but I would be surprised if this would have been a real swimming pool.
(note the open entrance at the left bottom side, there is no way this could hold water for a swimming pool)
Right: Another artifact from WWII which I couldn't identify.
Another view on the this strange construction.
Beneath this house there's a R608 but it cannot be visited without proper permission.