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4 concrete cylinders on the roadside, part of roadblock on Tidmarsh Lane.
(Source: Article 1994/12)
4 massive concrete anti-tank obstacles, cylindrical in shape with cone tops: on the site of a road block where the stop line and anti-tank ditch crossed the lane.
(Source: Field Visit 1998/07/05)
Four massive cylindrical obstacles, formed from sections of drainage pipe, with additional concrete conical tops. Diameter - 5ft. Height, with tops - 6ft.
(Source: Field Visit 2003/09/03)
At least 7 cylinders plotted from air photograph. Part of roadblock [see UORN 16719].
(Source: Air Photograph 1943/08/04)
|Type of site||CYLINDER|
|Location||On the E side of the lane just S of Oaklands Farm.
Tidmarsh, Berkshire, England
SU 6391 7444
|Recorder||Foot, William (English Heritage Defence Areas Project)|
GHQ Line: Red (Sulham Valley sector) - Length of the GHQ Stop Line: Red running between the Rivers Thames and Kennet, along the line of the Sulham Valley west of Reading.
(1) - site view (DIGITISED) (Hunt).
|DOB site reference:||S0002684
1994/12 Sulham Valley: A Heavy Concentration of Anti-Tank Pillboxes
1943/08/04 16A/AC467 (frs.5001-5005)
Field Visit, On 1998/07/05
Construction, In the period 1940 1941
Field Visit, During 1994
Field Visit, On 2003/09/03