De Haan: Stp Blücher

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)

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The two entrances with the appropriate bunker number OST-O 08-372

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The two rooms of the R622: 'Bereitschaftsraum.

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The two famous paintings showing an (German)Alpine landscape.

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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.

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The tunnel and right the strange acces to the tobruk stand.

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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.

R608

Beneath this house there's a R608 but it cannot be visited without proper permission.

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