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Council for British Archaeology, 2002 (updated 2006)

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Pillbox, now reused as a store, with modern door in place. Three embrasures in a line are glazed. Concrete-faced.
(Source: Field Visit 1997)
Five-sided pillbox, probably part of the defences of Fort Road coastal battery. Concrete-faced. Thin concrete roof. Now used as a store in the garden of a house.
(Source: Field Visit 2000/09/24)

Type of site PILLBOX (VARIANT)
Location The Barn, Fort Road, Kilcreggan, by the shore.
Area Rosneath, Argyll and Bute, Scotland
Grid reference NS 2532 8035 (Scale: 1:25000 , 1994)
Period WW2
Condition Good
Materials Concrete
Recorder Bray, Ann
Defence grouping Argyll and Bute coast defences - Coastal crust defences
Attached Sheets (1) - plan and elevation.
Photographs View of PILLBOX (VARIANT) - S0012858
(2) - exterior views (1 DIGITISED).
DOB site reference: S0012858
Associated Identifier Scottish NMR (ref: NS28SE 39)
Event Field Visit, On 2000/09/24
Construction, In the period 1940 1941
Field Visit, During 1997