Inside France’s secret World War One bunker: Urban explorers find wartime weapons stowed away in underground quarry

  • Urban explorers unearth German cannon in French bunker thought to have been used in World War One

  • Explorers also discovered recon vehicles from 1960s and 70s preserved in underground quarry

    Pictured almost perfectly preserved and in such good condition they still look driveable today, these vehicles could easily be the latest installation in a military museum.

    But amazingly, these machines have only just been unearthed by urban explorers, who made their way through this giant bunker in France and also found it to contain weapons from World War One.

    Experts found a stunning range of  wartime weaponry inside the underground bunker, including German 77mm Model-1896 World War One cannon.

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    Relic: An old French military truck sits gathering dust in the recently discovered French bunker

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     Heavy duty: This ERC-90 armed recon vehicle is another impressive piece of weaponry greeting anyone able to find the location of the bunker

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     Mystery: Explorers found the secret bunker recently but have not revealed where exactly in France the weapons are

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     Explorers who found the mystery bunker pose inside its cavernous depths
     
    While the vehicles could have originated from the 1960s or 1970s, explorers who saw the German cannon in the bunker believe they are from World War One.
      
     



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