Sat, 06 May 2017 14:00 The Military Heritage of Morecambe Bay, 1914-1945
A talk at Lancaster Library exploring the intriguing military landscape and historic sites aroud Morecambe Bay by Dr Sam Edwards and Dr Ben Edwards from the Department of History at Manchester Metropolitan University. Tickets £2.50 per person.
A talk at Lancaster Library exploring the intriguing military landscape and historic sites around Morecambe Bay by Dr Sam Edwards and Dr Ben Edwards from the Department of History at Manchester Metropolitan University. Tickets £2.50 per person.
Beehive pillbox in Embleton Bay, Northumberland. Saw a few sandbags last year but it's fully eroded now and under threat from disappearing forever which is a huge shame. Anyway, more images on the forum (sorry for the bad quality. Something has happened with my phone.) ...
A couple from Slapton, Devon.. Well camouflaged in local stone. Plus - apparently- a concrete 6" mortar pit above the first pillbox which faces north. The steps down to the village apparently have the concrete cover as directly above is the mortar pit. ...
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