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It is said that there was a flame thrower buried in position to cover Temeside, a major route through the town of Ludlow - in May 1940 this was the A49 main road. The town is now bypassed. Temeside is a short stretch of road running from Ludford Bridge along the side of the River Teme to where the B4361 swings up towards the town.
(Source: Book 1999/01/21)

Type of site PETROLEUM WARFARE SITE
Location Temeside, Ludlow
Area Ludlow, Shropshire, England
Grid reference SO 513 743
Period WW2
Condition Removed
Materials Unknown
Recorder Lowry, Bernard (Defence of Britain Project)
Defence grouping Western Command Stop Line No 28 - Line of the River Teme, from its junction with the River Severn below Worcester to Ludlow.
DOB site reference: S0005953
Reference From 'Stand to' to 'Stand down' or with 7 Btn Shropshire Home Guard from May 1940 to December 1944
Event Construction, In the period 1940 1941
Field Visit, On 1998/06/30


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