Incredible images show the secret war tunnel network buried under Primark, Kent.
Shoppers want to dig out an unexpected discovery nestled in the clothing track of the store and get a different surprise when the tunnel causes a sink hole in the parking lot.
According to KentLive, the hidden passage has been unearthed several feet below the workshop at Westwood Cross Primark.
They were believed to have been dug up more than 100 years ago and are believed to have been used for training in the first and second world wars.
Renovation on the first floor
After the sink hole forced it to close, it opened yesterday and may be repaired.
But little is known about the history of the tunnel, trying to find more clues from the Ministry of Defense.
Some experts believe that,
The date of the First World War that broke out in 1914, while others thought they might have been built after the conflict to prepare for further fighting.
Experts at Thanet Hidden History tried to find more tunnels after the sinking problem appeared in 2015.
But the defense ministry told them that they had no information about the network.
Two years ago, a bomb shelter under the mall had to be closed after sinking.
On July, we reported a bizarre mail rail tunnel under the streets of London.
The Rail Mail system has been shuttling around London for decades, but it closed in 2003-and it seems to be no longer used.
However, the network is now published to the public for the first time in the form of a postal museum.
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