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Possible 'Ruck-type pillbox' seen by the recorder at a distance [lies on MoD land] at the edge of a 'bomb dump' compound. [An additional similar structure was viewed by the recorder at a greater distance]. [See drawing attached to the report on Thorney Island defences].
(Source: Field Visit 1998/04)

Location Thorney Island.
Area West Thorney, Sussex, West, England
Grid reference SU 7485 0322
Period WW2
Condition Unknown
Materials Unknown
Recorder Cobb, Peter D. (UK Fortifications Club)
Defence grouping Sussex coast defences - Defences of the East and West Sussex coastlines, and their immediate hinterland.
DOB site reference: S0012323
Event Construction, In the period 1940 1941
Field Visit, During 1998/04