RNZAOC Ammo Techs who served in Singapore will be familiar with the area described in this article. Then known as Attap Valley the NZAOD maintained three Explosive Storehouses in this complex from 1974 to 1989.
An area of Singapore that still has much history buried under it is the area where the former British Naval Base was. Under parts of the former base, which covered an area stretching from the Causeway in Woodlands to what is today Sembawang Park, lies several underground structures, one of which is a the so-called Attap Valley bunker that has recently been brought to light.
The entrance to the Attap Valley bunker below Talbot’s Hill.
Worshipping a new religion? Participants on a heritage tour to the site examining part of a ventilation system.
The bunker, opened to the public for the first time today, is the last surviving structure of an armament depot constructed by the British within the huge Naval Base in the Talbot’s Hill and Attap Valley area. A ammunition and armament storage magazine, specifically Magazine No. 4, it was one of seven other bomb-proof magazines that were built into Talbot’s Hill…
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