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Type 24 pillbox destroyed in Feb 1997 (type derived from photograph taken by recorder in March 1996; entrance to pillbox is covered by concrete porch).
(Source: Field Visit 1996/03)

Type of site PILLBOX (TYPE FW3/24)
Location White Notley, adjacent to railway crossing.
Area White Notley, Essex, England
Grid reference TL 790 188 (Scale: 1:1250 )
Period WW2
Condition Removed
Materials Concrete
Recorder Burden, Susannah
Defence grouping Eastern Command: Witham to Bradley Stop Line - A subsidiary stop line sited between Eastern Command Line and the GHQ Line: it runs from the coast inland via Witham to Bradley.
Attached Sheets Second SRF by Sue Burden
Photographs (8) - external and general views.
DOB site reference: S0000403
Reference 1985 Pillboxes: A Study of UK Defences
2001/11 World War Two Defences in Essex
Event Field Visit, During 1997/02
Construction, In the period 1940 1941
Demolition, During 1997/02


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