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Pillbox, King John's Drove, Sutton Bridge



Reference Name MLI116300

Name:
Pillbox, King John's Drove, Sutton Bridge

Summary:
Second World War pillbox at King John's Drove, Sutton Bridge.

Location:
SUTTON BRIDGE, SOUTH HOLLAND, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
Hexagonal, concrete pillbox with brick cladding, at King John's Drove. It is of standard Air Ministry pattern type 22 design design, and would have defended the eastern approach to RAF Sutton Bridge. {1}

Sources:
1 Digital Archive: Council for British Archaeology. 2006. Defence of Britain Archive. 2073

Links:
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1 Digital Archive: Council for British Archaeology. 2006. Defence of Britain Archive. 2073

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