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Type 28A twin embrasure 2pdr. anti-tank pillbox.
(Source: Article 1994/12)
Large, square anti-tank gun emplacement with two main embrasures (now blocked) facing NNW and SSW respectively. Entrance on E side also blocked. Access possible - some 200 metres from footpath.
(Source: Field Visit 2003/09/03)
Rectangular structure plotted from OS 1:2500 sheet.
(Source: Map 1967)
|Type of site||PILLBOX (TYPE FW3/28A)|
|Location||In a field S of Sulham Farm.
Sulham, Berkshire, England
SU 64359 73986
|Recorder||Alexander, Colin (Pillbox Study Group)|
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.
|DOB site reference:||S0005719
1994/12 Sulham Valley: A Heavy Concentration of Anti-Tank Pillboxes
Construction, In the period 1940/08 1940/12
Field Visit, During 1994
Field Visit, On 2003/09/03