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Type 28A pillbox. Evidence that original large embrasure was bricked up at some time to create smaller embrasure. The large entrance to the rear has also been partially bricked up. The entrance is by way of a dog legged passage. The structure is divided in to two chambers the larger encompasses the main embrasure, the entrance and a smaller embrasure. The second chamber has a further two embrasures.
(Source: Field Visit 1997/03)
Type 28a, 6pdr, anti-tank gun emplacement.
(Source: Book 1999)

Type of site PILLBOX (TYPE FW3/28A)
Location Audley End Estate.
Area Wendens Ambo, Essex, England
Grid reference TL 520 368 (Scale: 1:2500 )
Period WW2
Condition Good
Materials Concrete
Recorder Chalk, Russell
Defence grouping GHQ Line (Essex) -
Attached Sheets (1) - sketch map
Photographs (1) - external view
Adjacent sites Type 26 pillbox: TL 520369
DOB site reference: S0000366
Reference 1999 Ironside's Line
Event Construction, In the period 1940 1941
Field Visit, In 1997/03


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