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Pre-fabricated small structure on cliff about 20ft above the beach. It is gradually being lost to erosion and vandalism.
(Source: Field Visit 2001/07/02)
Remains of a Stanton air raid shelter in a perilous position at the edge of a low cliff and subject to vandalism.
(Source: Field Visit 2003/04/29)
Structure of curved concrete beams, said to be a conversion of a Stanton shelter into a Ruck pillbox. Certainly an unusual, rare structure.
(Source: Field Visit 1995/08)
|Type of site||STANTON SHELTER|
|Location||On low cliff at edge of beach, Reighton Gap, Reighton.
Reighton, Yorkshire, North, England
TA 14148 76398
|Materials||Clay Brick, Reinforced Concrete|
Type: Vandalism (Immediate)
Detail: The structure is highly vulnerable to vandalism.
Type: Coastal erosion (Medium Term)
Detail: Structure on edge of cliffs. The later field record (July 2001) shows a great loss to this rare structure. By 4/2003 it had been further destroyed.
|Recorder||Storr, Ron (Scarborough Archaeological and Historical Society)|
North Yorkshire coast defences - Coastal crust and hinterland defences
(3) - site views (different periods showing erosion) (2 DIGITISED).
|DOB site reference:||S0013966
Field Visit, On 2001/07/02
Field Visit, During 1995/08
Construction, In the period 1940 1941
Field Visit, On 2003/04/29