Southwick Tunnel is "secret military installation"

A top secret missile bunker could be located within Southwick Tunnel, it has been claimed.

The 490 metre tunnel, opened in 1996, is an entrance point to the installation, experts believe.

Some even think the closure of the tunnel during crashes or at regular periods for "maintenance" could be a cleverly constructed lie to allow senior officials access to the bunker.

The claims will be quickly dismissed by many, but there is a growing number of people who think it is true.

Worthing-based author Graham Lelliott, who has researched bunkers and military installations across Sussex, certainly believes it could be true.

He said: "It could have been kept secret.

"Inside the tunnel, in both directions are many doors - where do they go - into electrical switchrooms - or into the bunker?

"I work nearby and the amount of times the tunnel is closed at night.

"Wouldn't this be a great chance for government personnel to change shifts or restock on food for the canteen?

"The tunnel is often closed due to an accident. The headline often reads "Two cars collide in tunnel' but maybe it should say 'Nuclear bunker shift change over."

Whether the claims are true or not, what is certain is there are at least three other military bunkers near Southwick Tunnel.

All of them are now abandoned but were likely to have been used during the 1960s and 1970s, possibly as shelters in the event of a nuclear blast.

Stuart Strong remembers seeing one in use. He said: "As a ten year old playing on the Downs at the top of Kingston Lane, in Southwick, I was conscious of a secret underground bunker there.

"I would regularly with my friends see maintenance men appear from the chamber through the large hinged hatch lid in the ground in the middle of nowhere.

"Our house backed onto farm land so I would regularly be on the Downs throughout the summer holidays and late into the warm evenings and notice this odd thing going on.

"I remember asking a man there to look inside and was told in no uncertain terms that there was nothing to see as he fastened down the heavy lid with a large padlock and a deep thud."

The MoD has refused to comment on any of its installations still in existence. But it admitted it did have bunkers in use across Sussex.

A spokesman said: "They were almost exclusively used by the Royal Observer Corps and were commonplace."

The bunkers were built to shelter from nuclear blasts and measure the damage caused.

They have been discovered in towns and villages across Sussex and are listed on the website subbrit.org.uk.

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2:36pm Fri 22 Aug 08

RAS Putin says...

Tin Foil Hat time at The Argus?
Tin Foil Hat time at The Argus? RAS Putin

3:04pm Fri 22 Aug 08

feline1 says...

wow! this story rocks! :)
wow! this story rocks! :) feline1

3:07pm Fri 22 Aug 08

MzEden says...

What are these people on, how much is it and where can I get some?
What are these people on, how much is it and where can I get some? MzEden

3:22pm Fri 22 Aug 08

william of orange says...


Oh great now the EDO traitors....sorry demonstrators will be blocking the A27 and stopping me using the road...nice one Argus!
Oh great now the EDO traitors....sorry demonstrators will be blocking the A27 and stopping me using the road...nice one Argus! william of orange

3:23pm Fri 22 Aug 08

Made In Sussex says...

So this is why the works on the Southwick bypass overran for 3 years back in the mid 90's!

They were busy building the secret installation.

It all makes sense now..
So this is why the works on the Southwick bypass overran for 3 years back in the mid 90's! They were busy building the secret installation. It all makes sense now.. Made In Sussex

3:33pm Fri 22 Aug 08

SM says...

i don't see what the issue is if there IS a 'bunker' or other installation.

In times of emergency even our incompetent government needs places to re-establish command and control (not that this govt. even have any command or control at the moment)

There are also many 'secret' parts of the london underground, most recently the Jubilee line.

Can't see why it should be seen as such a problem.
i don't see what the issue is if there IS a 'bunker' or other installation. In times of emergency even our incompetent government needs places to re-establish command and control (not that this govt. even have any command or control at the moment) There are also many 'secret' parts of the london underground, most recently the Jubilee line. Can't see why it should be seen as such a problem. SM

4:23pm Fri 22 Aug 08

spencer1973 says...

I have to admit that almost every weekend from 8pm sat to 5am sun the tunnel is closed for maintenance. Maintenance of What ? A fluorescent tube needs very little maintenance.

Remember people if it weren't for the 'Smash EDF' type of person, we would not have needed this tunnel anyway, and the A27 would have just carved thru the downs harmlessly as it does from Falmer to the tunnel and from the tunnel to Shoreham.

I think this story is 'bang on the money'
I have to admit that almost every weekend from 8pm sat to 5am sun the tunnel is closed for maintenance. Maintenance of What ? A fluorescent tube needs very little maintenance. Remember people if it weren't for the 'Smash EDF' type of person, we would not have needed this tunnel anyway, and the A27 would have just carved thru the downs harmlessly as it does from Falmer to the tunnel and from the tunnel to Shoreham. I think this story is 'bang on the money' spencer1973

4:38pm Fri 22 Aug 08

PussyCat69 says...

I've been saying this for years, to much amusement from my family and friends, never known a tunnel have so much maintenance work done on it. Perhaps these people will take me more seriously now!!
I've been saying this for years, to much amusement from my family and friends, never known a tunnel have so much maintenance work done on it. Perhaps these people will take me more seriously now!! PussyCat69

5:08pm Fri 22 Aug 08

bamboo says...

Everyone loves a good bunker. I think some futher investigation is needed. If there is maintance work going on all the time then there must be a company responsible if it isn't MOD. If so does anyone out there regularly carry out maintance work?
Everyone loves a good bunker. I think some futher investigation is needed. If there is maintance work going on all the time then there must be a company responsible if it isn't MOD. If so does anyone out there regularly carry out maintance work? bamboo

5:16pm Fri 22 Aug 08

Lil says...

Spencer,
You're a bit stupid. Smash EDF? I'm not sure what an electricity company needs a secret bunker for, maybe for their excessive profits... EDO is what you're looking for.

As for carving through the downs at Southwick Tunnel, have you not noticed that the other cuttings on the bypass are nowhere near as deep as at the Southwick Tunnel. We don't need another Twyford Down that destroyed a beautiful part of the downland on the other side of the South Downs. But then I guess you never really get out to appreciate the natural world. Just glued to your consumerist, nothing at the end of it lifestyle.
Spencer, You're a bit stupid. Smash EDF? I'm not sure what an electricity company needs a secret bunker for, maybe for their excessive profits... EDO is what you're looking for. As for carving through the downs at Southwick Tunnel, have you not noticed that the other cuttings on the bypass are nowhere near as deep as at the Southwick Tunnel. We don't need another Twyford Down that destroyed a beautiful part of the downland on the other side of the South Downs. But then I guess you never really get out to appreciate the natural world. Just glued to your consumerist, nothing at the end of it lifestyle. Lil

5:19pm Fri 22 Aug 08

Out there somewhere says...

If you think it's a bunker your bonkers. It's obviously where Elvis is currently residing with the aliens from Area 51.
If you think it's a bunker your bonkers. It's obviously where Elvis is currently residing with the aliens from Area 51. Out there somewhere

5:19pm Fri 22 Aug 08

Spuddy says...

And its not even April the first. Must be a quiet news day.
And its not even April the first. Must be a quiet news day. Spuddy

5:35pm Fri 22 Aug 08

spencer1973 says...

Lil = A smash EDO activist who doesn't get sarcasm obviously!
Lil = A smash EDO activist who doesn't get sarcasm obviously! spencer1973

5:44pm Fri 22 Aug 08

That fat bloke says...

Doh - da secret's out now!!.
Doh - da secret's out now!!. That fat bloke

5:50pm Fri 22 Aug 08

spencer1973 says...

...and whats more it should have carried on at Lancing, bulldozed thru Lions Farm and Chantonbury ring. For gods sake... PEOPLE are more important than Badgers/Sussex snails and chalky downland
...and whats more it should have carried on at Lancing, bulldozed thru Lions Farm and Chantonbury ring. For gods sake... PEOPLE are more important than Badgers/Sussex snails and chalky downland spencer1973

6:08pm Fri 22 Aug 08

Acheron says...

Cool, I live nearby. Next time the tunnel is shut I'll stroll over and camp out!

Or maybe I have better things to do with my time!
Cool, I live nearby. Next time the tunnel is shut I'll stroll over and camp out! Or maybe I have better things to do with my time! Acheron

6:21pm Fri 22 Aug 08

Dmoog says...

Should the Argus be publishing this? Whatever happened to 'careless talk costs lives'? Now the secret's out, next thing you know Russia will invade Sussex. Not good.

By the way, was this article written by the same people that used to write the news stories in Viz comic?
Should the Argus be publishing this? Whatever happened to 'careless talk costs lives'? Now the secret's out, next thing you know Russia will invade Sussex. Not good. By the way, was this article written by the same people that used to write the news stories in Viz comic? Dmoog

7:08pm Fri 22 Aug 08

SM says...

Dmoog, the Russians are far too busy threatening to nuke Warsaw and beating a hasty retreat from Georgi to worry about some dump on the South coast.

The Mad Mullahs though.......
Dmoog, the Russians are far too busy threatening to nuke Warsaw and beating a hasty retreat from Georgi to worry about some dump on the South coast. The Mad Mullahs though....... SM

7:12pm Fri 22 Aug 08

Gee Jay says...

If it is or is not......IT'S A SECRET!!!!!!
If it is there for our national safety then don't go publishing a story about it!!!!
For heaven's sake, why do we have this need to know EVERYTHING. The security in this nation is bad enough with the MOD losing computers and Benefits Office losing data on families, and the Home Office losing a memory stick with the details of the prison population.
If there is a secret location, accessed through the tunnel, then perhaps they will quietly, one by one take members of the cabinet and lastly Gordon Brown, and then seal it up.

Then we can get on with getting value for money from the NHS by halving the number of managers. Getting the NHS dentistry service back. Not selling anymore Gold reserves,when the market price is low. Make sure that no low income families are worse off as a result of the 10p tax withdrawal, without them having an overcomplicated benefit claims system to recover the amount that they have lost out by. Restore the tax efficient status of pensions that was taken away by Gordon. The expenditure on education should be examined to make sure that money is going to ensure that ALL of our teenagers leave school being able to read and write, and not being spent on more layers of management and 'advisers'.
Finally, or perhaps firstly, we should not allow MPs to vote on their own salary increases and expenses.

As Billy Connolly once said, when MPs all go on holiday in the summer, we should change all the locks at Westminster, and in all the Ministry Departments, and don't let them back in. The country is no worse off when they aren't there.

There... that's much better, now I have got that off my chest!
If it is or is not......IT'S A SECRET!!!!!! If it is there for our national safety then don't go publishing a story about it!!!! For heaven's sake, why do we have this need to know EVERYTHING. The security in this nation is bad enough with the MOD losing computers and Benefits Office losing data on families, and the Home Office losing a memory stick with the details of the prison population. If there is a secret location, accessed through the tunnel, then perhaps they will quietly, one by one take members of the cabinet and lastly Gordon Brown, and then seal it up. Then we can get on with getting value for money from the NHS by halving the number of managers. Getting the NHS dentistry service back. Not selling anymore Gold reserves,when the market price is low. Make sure that no low income families are worse off as a result of the 10p tax withdrawal, without them having an overcomplicated benefit claims system to recover the amount that they have lost out by. Restore the tax efficient status of pensions that was taken away by Gordon. The expenditure on education should be examined to make sure that money is going to ensure that ALL of our teenagers leave school being able to read and write, and not being spent on more layers of management and 'advisers'. Finally, or perhaps firstly, we should not allow MPs to vote on their own salary increases and expenses. As Billy Connolly once said, when MPs all go on holiday in the summer, we should change all the locks at Westminster, and in all the Ministry Departments, and don't let them back in. The country is no worse off when they aren't there. There... that's much better, now I have got that off my chest! Gee Jay

7:51pm Fri 22 Aug 08

SM says...

anyway.

Come on Argus, where's the pointless picture of the tunnel entrance eh?? THAT's what I want to know.
anyway. Come on Argus, where's the pointless picture of the tunnel entrance eh?? THAT's what I want to know. SM

7:53pm Fri 22 Aug 08

Conor says...

"A top secret missile bunker"
That explains all the crashes then. Cars either blown up, or their drivers distracted by passing missiles.
"A top secret missile bunker" That explains all the crashes then. Cars either blown up, or their drivers distracted by passing missiles. Conor

8:42pm Fri 22 Aug 08

Guerrero says...

Come on Argus reporters.Diana died in a tunnel,this is a tunnel.Give us some conspiracy theories please!
Come on Argus reporters.Diana died in a tunnel,this is a tunnel.Give us some conspiracy theories please! Guerrero

9:57pm Fri 22 Aug 08

Gazza says...

If you go on googeeeeee earth sat image you can defiantly see shaded areas under the ground one going north from the south entrance and one field up to right other line marking signalling underground works of some kind.
I’m going to plant a hidden camera along the inside of the tunnel one day and record the going on’s.

This may explain why there are road signs approaching the tunnel saying cyclists must leave the A27 immediate. May be someone does not want the green cyclists seeing something they should not.

Funny how high-tension power lines run right across the location as well and one stops just above the road.

Yours faithfully
Master Spy
If you go on googeeeeee earth sat image you can defiantly see shaded areas under the ground one going north from the south entrance and one field up to right other line marking signalling underground works of some kind. I’m going to plant a hidden camera along the inside of the tunnel one day and record the going on’s. This may explain why there are road signs approaching the tunnel saying cyclists must leave the A27 immediate. May be someone does not want the green cyclists seeing something they should not. Funny how high-tension power lines run right across the location as well and one stops just above the road. Yours faithfully Master Spy Gazza

10:40pm Fri 22 Aug 08

gdf666 says...

Yet another really quiet news day at the Argus then!!!!!

Can we have some real news please?

Oh and i worked on the construction of the tunnel and there is no bunker. The reason it is shut so often for repairs is it was built shoddily. Nothing more, nothing less.
Yet another really quiet news day at the Argus then!!!!! Can we have some real news please? Oh and i worked on the construction of the tunnel and there is no bunker. The reason it is shut so often for repairs is it was built shoddily. Nothing more, nothing less. gdf666

11:24pm Fri 22 Aug 08

IsaJ says...

gdf666 wrote:
Yet another really quiet news day at the Argus then!!!!!Can we have some real news please?Oh and i worked on the construction of the tunnel and there is no bunker. The reason it is shut so often for repairs is it was built shoddily. Nothing more, nothing less.
Don't you hate it when someone's coming to spoil the fun with mere facts?
[quote][bold]gdf666[/bold] wrote: Yet another really quiet news day at the Argus then!!!!!Can we have some real news please?Oh and i worked on the construction of the tunnel and there is no bunker. The reason it is shut so often for repairs is it was built shoddily. Nothing more, nothing less.[/quote]Don't you hate it when someone's coming to spoil the fun with mere facts? IsaJ

12:04pm Sat 23 Aug 08

NoWay says...

wait for the 9/11 conspiracy hippies to latch on to this an blame the government for spying on us.

go away.
wait for the 9/11 conspiracy hippies to latch on to this an blame the government for spying on us. go away. NoWay

12:17pm Sat 23 Aug 08

sussex2 says...

The various doors are emergency exits, as required in all tunnels _ green and white 'man running' signs are a bit of a give away.They would lead either to the opposite carriageway, via another set of doors, or, to a central escape passage a la Channel Tunnel.
I would have thought that to spot these would have made basic common sense for any driver using the tunnel. A bit like looking for emergency exits on aircraft.
Frequent closures at night for maintenance are made easier because of the alternate route via the Old Shoreham Road.
There is nothing unusual about this tunnel except its' rather high speed limit and, that people are not obliged to use headlights; which if put into practice could save some problems. On the mainland of Europe you would be obliged to use lights and mostly likely have a much lower speed limit.
In the case of a sudden power failure (it has happened) to have vehicle lights on could save many problems. I am surprised people do not do it as a simple precaution.
We in the Uk used to lead the world in tunnel making, back when years ago. We now prefer the cheaper, more vandalising cutting method. Hence Twyford Down and other places.
There are I do not doubt many military installations still in existence all over the country. But, that author is talking through his hat if he believes the Southwick tunnel is one of them.
The various doors are emergency exits, as required in all tunnels _ green and white 'man running' signs are a bit of a give away.They would lead either to the opposite carriageway, via another set of doors, or, to a central escape passage a la Channel Tunnel. I would have thought that to spot these would have made basic common sense for any driver using the tunnel. A bit like looking for emergency exits on aircraft. Frequent closures at night for maintenance are made easier because of the alternate route via the Old Shoreham Road. There is nothing unusual about this tunnel except its' rather high speed limit and, that people are not obliged to use headlights; which if put into practice could save some problems. On the mainland of Europe you would be obliged to use lights and mostly likely have a much lower speed limit. In the case of a sudden power failure (it has happened) to have vehicle lights on could save many problems. I am surprised people do not do it as a simple precaution. We in the Uk used to lead the world in tunnel making, back when years ago. We now prefer the cheaper, more vandalising cutting method. Hence Twyford Down and other places. There are I do not doubt many military installations still in existence all over the country. But, that author is talking through his hat if he believes the Southwick tunnel is one of them. sussex2

12:44pm Sat 23 Aug 08

SM says...

Sussex2, you'll find that in most European countries you are obliged to have at least your sidelights on on any major road.
Sussex2, you'll find that in most European countries you are obliged to have at least your sidelights on on any major road. SM

1:08pm Sat 23 Aug 08

Kickboxer says...

We have known about this for years, hardly news, any how to add to this if you look at the communication mast on top of that hill you will realise thqat it is not a mobile phone or tetra mast it is for some other form of communication, I have done some investigation into this (with a very sophisticated digital radio scanner) and the results were very interesting to say the least.
We have known about this for years, hardly news, any how to add to this if you look at the communication mast on top of that hill you will realise thqat it is not a mobile phone or tetra mast it is for some other form of communication, I have done some investigation into this (with a very sophisticated digital radio scanner) and the results were very interesting to say the least. Kickboxer

5:20pm Sat 23 Aug 08

Issac Hunt says...

"I would regularly with my friends see maintenance men appear from the chamber through the large hinged hatch lid in the ground in the middle of nowhere"

HAHA! its a wine cellar you ****!

There are more postings on this thread than any other (few of the old names come out of the woodwork) - must say something . . .

And if there was some secret bunker here, the entrance wouldnt be via a little wooden door in a road tunnel which could easily be blocked!

Anyway, im going to stand outside the offices of Ms. Smith (Labour party Home Sec - hahahahaha) and collect the memory sticks that get left on the pavement - i might learn something secret.
"I would regularly with my friends see maintenance men appear from the chamber through the large hinged hatch lid in the ground in the middle of nowhere" HAHA! its a wine cellar you ****! There are more postings on this thread than any other (few of the old names come out of the woodwork) - must say something . . . And if there was some secret bunker here, the entrance wouldnt be via a little wooden door in a road tunnel which could easily be blocked! Anyway, im going to stand outside the offices of Ms. Smith (Labour party Home Sec - hahahahaha) and collect the memory sticks that get left on the pavement - i might learn something secret. Issac Hunt

6:27pm Sat 23 Aug 08

Puzzled John says...

I feel the scales have dropped from my eyes... doors, disguised as emergency exits, periodic crashes used as a cover to restock the canteen, snd i've even noticed my car radio stops working as a drive through. plenty enough evidence for me!

:^)
I feel the scales have dropped from my eyes... doors, disguised as emergency exits, periodic crashes used as a cover to restock the canteen, snd i've even noticed my car radio stops working as a drive through. plenty enough evidence for me! :^) Puzzled John

6:34pm Sat 23 Aug 08

spencer1973 says...

Yeah all radio stops -except for Southern Counties,,,,,maybe its because Gordon Astley lives in there.

Altogether now......

GORDON GORDON HELL DRIVE AWAY YOUR BOREDOM,,,,IF YOU WAKE UP FEELING GHASTLY,,,,TUNE TO GORDON ASTLEEEEEY

Do i really pay my licence fee for that rubbish?
Yeah all radio stops -except for Southern Counties,,,,,maybe its because Gordon Astley lives in there. Altogether now...... GORDON GORDON HELL DRIVE AWAY YOUR BOREDOM,,,,IF YOU WAKE UP FEELING GHASTLY,,,,TUNE TO GORDON ASTLEEEEEY Do i really pay my licence fee for that rubbish? spencer1973

9:59pm Sat 23 Aug 08

Dave At Home says...

No one mentioned that water pumping station there either, on the lower road leading to the farm..... so they have a fresh water supply as well..mmm look at google maps and you will see it.

I suppose in the event of an attack they could get fresh eggs from the Mile Oak Farm shop mmmm and Shoreham airport close by as well, now we could be onto something here....
No one mentioned that water pumping station there either, on the lower road leading to the farm..... so they have a fresh water supply as well..mmm look at google maps and you will see it. I suppose in the event of an attack they could get fresh eggs from the Mile Oak Farm shop mmmm and Shoreham airport close by as well, now we could be onto something here.... Dave At Home

1:32am Mon 25 Aug 08

Mr. Kipling says...

Lil wrote:
Spencer,You're a bit stupid. Smash EDF? I'm not sure what an electricity company needs a secret bunker for, maybe for their excessive profits... EDO is what you're looking for.As for carving through the downs at Southwick Tunnel, have you not noticed that the other cuttings on the bypass are nowhere near as deep as at the Southwick Tunnel. We don't need another Twyford Down that destroyed a beautiful part of the downland on the other side of the South Downs. But then I guess you never really get out to appreciate the natural world. Just glued to your consumerist, nothing at the end of it lifestyle.
Heh perhaps EDF should be smashed after their scandalous price increases...
[quote][bold]Lil[/bold] wrote: Spencer,You're a bit stupid. Smash EDF? I'm not sure what an electricity company needs a secret bunker for, maybe for their excessive profits... EDO is what you're looking for.As for carving through the downs at Southwick Tunnel, have you not noticed that the other cuttings on the bypass are nowhere near as deep as at the Southwick Tunnel. We don't need another Twyford Down that destroyed a beautiful part of the downland on the other side of the South Downs. But then I guess you never really get out to appreciate the natural world. Just glued to your consumerist, nothing at the end of it lifestyle.[/quote]Heh perhaps EDF should be smashed after their scandalous price increases... Mr. Kipling

11:19pm Sat 30 Aug 08

sausage22 says...

haha this is most silly, Behind the metal doors are, stuff for fire fighters such as hose reels and 110V power supplies on the other side are cross tunnel passage doors and PLC + 3 phase cabinets, you may note that the closure is once a month and it is one of the finest and well kept tunnels in the country, a tunnel with all of the nasty fumes and chemicals soon starts to degrade without proper and regular maintenance, this bunker idea is very fanciful... i like how supposed "experts" are indulging peoples fantasies here
haha this is most silly, Behind the metal doors are, stuff for fire fighters such as hose reels and 110V power supplies on the other side are cross tunnel passage doors and PLC + 3 phase cabinets, you may note that the closure is once a month and it is one of the finest and well kept tunnels in the country, a tunnel with all of the nasty fumes and chemicals soon starts to degrade without proper and regular maintenance, this bunker idea is very fanciful... i like how supposed "experts" are indulging peoples fantasies here sausage22

4:47pm Fri 12 Feb 10

MildlyAmused says...

Im sorry to say its not true. I was **** out of my face one night and decided to investigate. I parked my car in the tunnel and had a good look around, nothing. No Bunker but it is haunted though! I then went up to the next place i can turn around and decided to take the old shoreham road back when some big div went and trod all on my hands.
Im sorry to say its not true. I was **** out of my face one night and decided to investigate. I parked my car in the tunnel and had a good look around, nothing. No Bunker but it is haunted though! I then went up to the next place i can turn around and decided to take the old shoreham road back when some big div went and trod all on my hands. MildlyAmused

12:30am Mon 2 May 11

psystu says...

is it this what started it?
http://www.subbrit.o
rg.uk/rsg/sites/t/tr
uleigh_hill/

Latitude, longitude:50.8828388
, -0.2601099
Degree decimal: 50.8828388N 0.2601099W
Degree, minutes, seconds: 50°52'58.2
197''N 0°15'36.3956''W
Link to this page http://wikimapia.org
#lat=50.8828388&lon=
-0.2601099&z=16&l=0&
m=b
is it this what started it? http://www.subbrit.o rg.uk/rsg/sites/t/tr uleigh_hill/ Latitude, longitude:50.8828388 , -0.2601099 Degree decimal: 50.8828388N 0.2601099W Degree, minutes, seconds: 50°52'58.2 197''N 0°15'36.3956''W Link to this page http://wikimapia.org #lat=50.8828388&lon= -0.2601099&z=16&l=0& m=b psystu

12:35am Mon 2 May 11

psystu says...

ps 3.2 km (2.0 miles) away
ps 3.2 km (2.0 miles) away psystu
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