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What is to say I've been tramping the Thames and other parts to take photo's of the remaining pillboxes left from the Second World War apart from the Nant-Y-Gro Dam which was used as for a test in the Dambusters raid.
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hi spuduka i was making a delivery and it was the first time i had been there in the daylight and i did not even know it was there LOL

If you walk along the line towards the river you will find the remains of an old Bridge. Think that is what it guarded

Never knew that, only spotted that one because the wood had been cleared I I could see it. Must look out for the second

It's an emplacement, if you go past on the train you can see the holdfast bolts still there. Try as I might I find it hard to get a good photo.

Think we all done that as kids

You might want to check out as well

So beschmiert, wie auf diesem Foto, sieht das jetzt nicht mehr aus. Es wurde gesäubert und hat einen neuen Anstrich bekommen. Hoffentlich bleibt es so!

There are only a few in that area and they cover the Bridge nearby. The strategic area was from Applford Common down to Abingdon and the Sulham Valley.

PS. A Black Watch Regiment and later an American regiment were based at Gaddesby (Paske) Hall.

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