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Two pillboxes defending a crossing of the Kennet and Avon Canal.
(Source: Photograph 1985)
One of a pair of pillboxes on either side of unclassified road where it crosses the canal. [Colin Alexander lists it as a type 22 shell-proof].
(Source: Field Visit 1999/03/22)
Type 22 pillbox set low in ground with embrasures at ground level to road. Field of fire S across bridge and canal. [with plan drawn on form].
(Source: Field Visit 2000/08/20)
|Type of site||PILLBOX (TYPE FW3/22)|
|Location||At Hamstead Lock, on N bank of Kennet and Avon Canal, on E side by canal bridge.
Speen, Berkshire, England
SU 424 671
GHQ Line: Blue - Section of GHQ Stop Line running from near Melksham to Reading.
(2) - exterior views (slide and print DIGITISED).
|Adjacent sites||Pillbox on opposite side of road.
|DOB site reference:||S0006477
1985 Pillboxes: A Study of UK Defences
Construction, In the period 1940 1941
Field Visit, On 1999/03/22
Field Visit, On 2000/08/20