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Old 19th October 2022, 14:45
NickJNZ New Zealand NickJNZ is offline
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Devonport Naval Heritage Centre

For those that are interested.
I ‘visited’ the above this morning, and it looks very closed.
Whilst the chain link gate was open, that appeared to be access only for a car park to the rear. The entry appears to be overgrown with weeds, and litter.
I couldn’t find anyone to ask, and given the website still proclaims to be “Closed due to Covid”,no phone-calls answered that it appears to be in mothballs.
Hopefully someone somewhere will provide clues as to when it will reopen?
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