Urban explorer’s remarkable photos offer glimpse inside “labyrinth” abandoned Second World War bomb shelter in Derbyshire town

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An urban explorer has delved into another of Derbyshire’s historic sites – offering a glimpse back into the past at a Second World War bomb shelter.

Lost Places & Forgotten Faces is an urban explorer who has visited a number of derelict and demolished sites across Derbyshire – with his most recent adventure taking him inside a Second World War bomb shelter in Ilkeston.

These 11 photos show inside the “extensive labyrinth” of tunnels that were constructed to protect workers from German air raids. Lost Places & Forgotten Faces can be found on Facebook here.