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One of a group of 3 small pillboxes alongside an unclassified road in open countryside, half a mile from the Kennet and Avon Canal. Pillbox decayed and overgrown.
(Source: Field Visit 1999/03/26)
|Type of site||PILLBOX|
|Location||On unclassified road, near village of Stanton St. Bernard.
Stanton St. Bernard, Wiltshire, England
SU 100 624
|Materials||Clay Brick, Concrete|
Type: Plant growth (Long Term)
Detail: Pillbox is overgrown.
GHQ Line: Blue - Section of GHQ Stop Line running from near Melksham to Reading.
RAF Alton Barnes defences - Ground and perimeter defences
|Photographs||(1) - transparency showing exterior view.|
|Adjacent sites||2 other pillboxes at the same location.
|DOB site reference:||S0006470
Construction, In the period 1940 1941
Field Visit, On 1999/03/26