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Yorkshire Trench and Dug Out, Boezinge
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  • Trapped in the middle of an industrial estate and difficult to find, this is a small section of trenches and underground shelters discovered by accident. The information boards are very helpful but th...  more »
  • Although this is a small excavation it gives a glimse of the conditions the British Army lived in. The highlight, however, was the personal tour and explanation of the site by Patrick Van Wanzeele, th...  more »
  • Ended up in hospital with broken cheek bone due to unsafe boarding in the trench. The whole place is unsafe 
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  • A bit smelly as it is next door to a bio mass re-cycling centre, and we found it a little difficult to find. This must have been a difficult place to defend in WW1 but it held a strategic position in stemming the German thrust to capture Ypres. You have to capture in your minds eye the defence that was going on in this area, within a mile or so there are many CGWC graveyards that were involved in heavy fighting to defend positions.
  • A section of restored trench system near the canal in a commercial area. You can walk around the trench and stand the sniper position with it's iron plate work. There is a submerged bunker on the site that is water filled to preserve the timbers. Well worth a few minutes of your time to see.
  • Talked about at the Fanders Fields Museum in Iepers with video. Almost overlooked drive slowly. Unfortunately a majority of the neat stuff is 60 - 100 ft below the surface in the tunnels filled with water.
  • A place I visited last year as my grandfather fought there during ww1 It is in the middle of a industrial estate it was very smelly when I visited I think it is close to a recycling centre that was the only problem with it
  • In excellent State and impressive
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