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Possible practice trench works.
|Grid Reference:||TR 1742 5373|
|Parish:||BRIDGE, CANTERBURY, KENT|
|Protected Status:||Selected Heritage Inventory for Natural England: Second World War practice trenches, Bridge|
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Blobs, regularly spaced, in an area of disturbed soil; possibly removed woodland, geology or recent disturbance, but may be archaeological. (1)
Possible practice trenchworks from WW2. Two roughly rectangular sites, one large, approximately 80 m by 50m with emplacements on the outside and linear interal trenches. The other site is much smaller and to the north-north-west. (2)
Royal Air Force, 1946 -47, Aerial Photographic Survey of Kent 1946 -7 (Photograph (Print)). SKE12507.
Royal Air Force, 1946 -47, Aerial Photographic Survey of Kent 1946 -7 (Photograph (Print)). Ske12507.
<1> NMR TR 1753/1 (04-03-77) (OS Card Reference). SKE47628.
Sources and further reading
|---||Photograph (Print): Royal Air Force. 1946 -47. Aerial Photographic Survey of Kent 1946 -7. 3116 Run 7. Black and White. |
|<1>||OS Card Reference: NMR TR 1753/1 (04-03-77). |