Barracks, hospitals, ware houses, tanks etc.
Zf348. This picture must be a Corregidor defense position, a concrete trench. The picture description says it is a Marine Shore Defense Position on Bataan. But the description says that Corregidor surrendered today with the date 5-6-42. See the next images with more details. The photo is credited as an official U.S. Marine Corps Photo […]Read More
Zf349. This is the description of the previous image. This picture with the description seems to be on sale in the internet and a friend asked this: “Karl, any value in this photo and the caption? Looked everywhere and can’t find it ever used in a newspaper. No Marines visible in it. Wondering if you’ve […]Read More
Zf007. We are in the Fort Mills Engineering Ravine on Corregidor Island. Fort Mills did keep up with the times and built a modern Diesel driven Power Plant. This view is from the west. Immediately to the left in the bushes is a shortcut to the Fort Mills/Corregidor Southroad. I used it today when I came down from Morrison Hill today.Read More
Zf006. We are in the Fort Mills Engineering Ravine on Corregidor Island. Fort Mills did keep up with the times and built a modern Diesel driven Power Plant; this is inside the power plant. All the diesel engines and generators are gone but unfortunately the wild vegetation is taking over.Read More
Zf001. I started walking from MacArthur Café to the Engineering Ravine. I came by here and noticed all the trolleys are left on the island by Sun Cruises Inc. They apparently belong to the Corregidor Foundation Inc (CFI) now. Not a good picture but the story is that the trolleys are still here and are being used by CFI. On the 16th Feb when Corregidor received its first visitors after the Virus Lockdown they were in use. Also during my visit here about 5 drivers from the Camaya Resort/Development arrived here for one day and night and practiced driving the trolleys and learned the visitor routes.Read More