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Hillside horizontal mine shaft used as operational base.
(Source: Field Visit 1996/05/12)

Type of site AUXILIARY UNIT OPERATIONAL BASE
Location Dolebury Levvy, nr. Rowberrow - 250m ENE of Rowberrow Church, 15m on N side of path.
Area Churchill, Somerset, North , England
Grid reference ST 4514 5873 (Scale: 1:25000 )
Period WW2
Condition Fair
Materials Stone
Recorder Brown, Donald S. (Mendip Rangers Defence of Britain Project)
DOB site reference: S0000445
Event Field Visit, On 1996/05/12
Construction, In the period 1940 1941


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