WWII Oil-Storage Tunnels
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WWII Oil-Storage Tunnels information
You can escape from the heat of the day and relive your Hitchcockian fantasies by walking through the WWII oil-storage tunnels. They were built in 1942 to store the navy’s oil supplies (but never used); now they exhibit wartime photos.