1. The Central Area
The central part of the tunnels rectangle includes the remains of Williamson’s house, several small underground rooms and passages and some normally hidden large tunnels.
A hundred metres away from the house site is the Paddington section of the tunnels. They were filled in and unseen for 70 years until FoWT carried out a series of digs to try and find them in 1999. We were successful and they became a famous addition to the modern Williamson Tunnels.
3. The Stables Area
At the southern end of the tunnels ‘site’ are the remaining old Lord Mayor’s stables. This area has the famous ‘Double Tunnel’ and the ‘Triple Decker’ tunnel. The Heritage Centre provides visits to a renovated section of the tunnels here.