Whipton Decontamination Centre, Exeter.

Whipton Decontimination Centre, Exeter.

Whipton Decontamination Centre was one of three major centres set up in Exeter in late 1944-45 to decontaminate people affected by the elusive German chemical gas bombs that never appeared. For many years it was a printers, but now its empty. The centre is located between the Polsloe train station and Hamlin Lane Playing fields and is a popular and busy public through way
There is not much information after a lot of searching about this chemical weapons site, but I hope to give you an update as soon as I can. With thanks to David at http://www.davebellamy.co.uk for the only info on the web


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