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Pillbox variant. A concrete pipe set on its end with embrasures cut in side (4 visible). On top of the pipe has been added a further two lengths of pipe to camouflage the structure as an industrial chimney.
(Source: Field Visit )
|Type of site||PILLBOX (VARIANT)|
|Location||On side of canal, Lifford, King's Norton, Birmingham
Birmingham, Birmingham, England
SP 054 803
|Recorder||Osborne, Mike (Defence of Britain Project)|
City of Birmingham defences - Defences of Birmingham.
|Attached Sheets||Xerox sheet with photo. from Wills collection, Swindon.
(2) - external views (1 DIGITISED)
|DOB site reference:||S0011772
Construction, In the period 1940 1941