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Pillbox, RAF Sutton Bridge



Reference Name MLI23558

Name:
Pillbox, RAF Sutton Bridge

Summary:
Second World War pillbox at RAF Sutton Bridge.

Location:
SUTTON BRIDGE, SOUTH HOLLAND, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
Hexagonal, concrete pillbox at RAF Sutton Bridge. It is of standard Air Ministry pattern type 22 design, and was built with wooden shuttering and buttresses up to embrasure level. {1}{2}

Sources:
1 Unpublished Document: Dr Mike Osborne. 1999. Defence of Britain Gazetteer. p.8
2 Digital Archive: Council for British Archaeology. 2006. Defence of Britain Archive. 2061/5221

Links:
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2 Digital Archive: Council for British Archaeology. 2006. Defence of Britain Archive. 2061/5221

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