Churnet Stop-Line, Cheddleton, Staffordshire
I enclose a couple of pix of the remains of a FW3/22? at Cheddleton in Staffs by a bridge on the Churnet stop line. You can see the drill holes for the charges: this chunk was left as it formed a low wall above the canal.
Probably done at the end of the war to get rid of an obstruction. The second pic shows the chunk just below the lorry. A bit further up the road is an Alton-type PB camouflaged to look like a small building but now very overgrown.
By Bernard Lowry