Category: War Walk

War Walks

This Section describes some walks along stoplines and other interesting sites.

The Atlantic Wall

A ‘Beginners’  Guide for visitors As a fairly regular Visitor to the Pas-De-Calais I decided one day to make a trip to France with the sole purpose of discovering the many Pillboxes and Gun emplacements which litter the coastline and

Offchurch Bombing Decoy Site

Having decided to visit the Bombing Decoy Site at Offchurch we travelled eastwards along the Grand Union Canal towards Radford Semele so we could have a quick look at the Type 24 Pillbox, which is located on the non-towpath side

Hong Kong Wong Nai Chung Gap Defences

WW2 History Trail in Hong Kong by Graham G. Matthews In Hong Kong This walk traces the battle for Wong Nai Chung Gap on 19th December 1941, perhaps the bloodiest day of fighting in the short but brutal struggle for Hong

Napton to Priors Hardwick Defences

Myself and two friends decided to investigate the canal between Napton and Priors Hardwick which formed part of the Oxford Canal Stop Stop Line. De-bussing at Napton we headed for the towpath at Bridge 113 and headed South to Bridge 114 at

Dorking GHQ Line B

WW2 Defences beside the River Mole After an early morning visit to Dorking my wife and I decided to take an interesting riverside walk close to the Surrey hills, this by a strange coincidence would take us by some remaining WW2 defences!

Abbotsbury Beach Defences

A Walk Along Chesil Beach Abbotsbury Open Machine Gun Emplacements & Defences NGR: SY5665984083 & SY5666484097 During August 2006 I was kindly given a tour of some of the remaining defences in Dorset by Graham Matthews our PSG Web-master. Visiting

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