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Monument details

HER Number:TR 15 SE 302
Type of record:Monument
Name:Second World War Civil Defence emergency water tank at the Red Lion public house, Bridge

Summary

There was a Second World War Civil Defence emergency water tank in the garden of the Red Lion public house.


Grid Reference:TR 1830 5420
Map Sheet:TR15SE
Parish:BRIDGE, CANTERBURY, KENT

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Full description

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There was a Second World War Civil Defence emergency water tank in the garden of the Red Lion public house. An building in the grounds of this public house was for some time, early in then Second World War, a civil-defence warden’s post.
Owner : Private
Publicly accessible : Unknown
How accessed for survey :
Tourism Potential :
Condition : Destroyed
Date of visit :


Royal Air Force, 01/01/46, Post-War Aerial photograph (Photograph). SKE15278.


Royal Air Force, 01/01/46, Post-War Aerial photograph (Photograph). Ske15278.

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---Photograph: Royal Air Force. 01/01/46. Post-War Aerial photograph.
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