This bunker complex is located atop a hill overlooking the beautiful French countryside and is in between the towns of Audembert to the southwest, Hervelinghen to the north and
Saint-Inglevert to the northeast.
It's relatively easy to find so just set your GPS to the coordinates we have posted above. When leaving the town of Audembert head northwest on the D249 road until you reach a fork in the road, take the left turn which is still the D249 heading west until you reach a unnamed dirt road at these coordinates: 50.873131, 1.697774
You will have to park your car on the side of the farmers field, there is a small gravel patch which you can't miss (see photo to the right).
After parking your car turn around and walk up the hill. It's a bit of a hike and you will see a set of trail head signs at the bottom (see photo to your right). The trail is quiet active with a lot of mountain bikers, hikers, joggers and walkers. The views are completely breathtaking so take the time to soak it all in. STP 139 Hamm and it's remains are on the top of the hill. This was one of my favourite stops on the 2016 summer trip to France.
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I used two different cameras on the 2016 visit. The Nikon Coolpix 35mm and the Apple iPhone Six S Plus.