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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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you are no fun ... i want to use a scythe ...

Sorry but I don't have a clue I suspect it was something to do with either flooding or emptying the Anti-tank ditch thar ran round here. That pillbox most likly covered a footpath. Check the map I have made you might be able to make more sense of it from that. There is a Houseing estate behind me in this photo which was not there is the war. http://maps.google.co.uk/maps/ms?msa=0&msid=214270542788652481015.00047ee2125cf60a9ee4b&hl=en&ie=UTF8&t=h&z=10

I suspect it was a type 28 twin but as to how it was distroyed I could not say but most of them in the area show signs of being used for target practice.

Afraid so though I did not look at the vent.

Great shot Nigel, you have a lot of excellent shots in your gallery, which I've added to my favourites. Like from me.


Muchas gracias por sus comentarios

Muchas gracias por sus comentarios

Oh I know the pub I drive past it every day on the way to work ;))


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