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Road bridge Cassini ref. 465517 demolished. Footbridge demolished at date of document after two hours' work.
(Source: Document 1941/08/26)
Demolished bridge. Cassini ref. 465517. Blown up by October 1940.
(Source: Document 1941/01/27)

Type of site MINED BRIDGE
Location Ruckinge Bridge over Royal Military Canal.
Area Ruckinge, Kent, England
Grid reference TR 0264 3338
Period WW2
Condition Removed
Materials Explosives
Recorder (Defence of Britain Project)
Defence grouping South East Command: Stop Line (Romney Marsh) - Stop Line from Rye (East Sussex) to Sandgate E of Hythe (Kent), following the line of the Royal Military Canal.
DOB site reference: S0016771
Reference 1941/01/27 Operation Instruction
1941/06/26 Plan to Defeat Invasion
1940/10 31 Infantry Brigade Group Defence Scheme
1941/08/26 Operation Order No.4
Event Demolition, By 1940/10


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