“Carriere Suzanne“, Northern France, an abandoned World War 1 underground hospital established into a giant limestone quarry. One of the most beautiful places Marc Askat from 442 – Explorations has ever explored. Argunners Magazine presents Marc Askat’s photographical journey through “Carriere Suzanne”.
We’ve received an e-mail that gives a little more information on this underground hospital: “Col. Thompson, the British Doctor who set up the hospital in the caves at Arras, is the grand-father of a resident of Grampound in Cornwall UK.“, according to Liz F., Grampound with Creed Heritage Centre.
Finally I am able to announce where this is located.. The place is called “Carrieres de Montigny”. You can find their website here: http://lescarrieresdemontigny.fr/.
Abandoned World War 1 Underground Hospital
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