/I'm launching some heritage tours of Crewe, and an unsung and unknown
part of its heritage are the marks on the walls of some of the surviving
railway works which functioned as an optical illusion to help guard
A couple pictures and short write up here
Are there any of other examples of this type of WW2 archaeology
surviving anywhere else? I'd like to establish just how unique and
important a feature this is.
LAUNCHING OCTOBER 29th 2007
"Ghosts and Grave Happenings... a tour of the Creepy Side of Crewe"
A ghost walk covering the town's Hauntings, Heritage & History
- www.crewetours.com - www.changeatcrewe.com -
PO Box 448 CREWE CW1 9DF
Crewe Townscape Tour, and more, launched in 2008