Blyth Battery


Blyth Battery is a Military and Local Heritage museum which is free to visit. The artillery battery was origninally built in 1916 to defend the port of Blyth and the submarine base located there during World War I. It was also upgraded for re-use during World War 2. Parts of the Battery adapted Fort Coulson, a costal defensive fort built in the late 19th century, 

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Blyth Battery
- "Blyth Battery is a coastal defence artillery battery, built in 1916 to defend the port of Blyth and the submarine base there during World War I, and upgraded for re-use ...

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Blyth Battery Goes To War 2012

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It's like a face Wartime building

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Blyth
- Overview History Map Blyth is a costal town and port in Northumberland situated by the River Blyth approximately 13 miles north east of Newcastle. The port of Blyth dates back ...
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First World War
- The 4th August 2014 marked the 100th Anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War. What did your ancestors do during World War 1? How were the communities of ...
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World War 2
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WW1 Searchlight Emplacements, Blyth
- Two defence electric light emplacements from the First World War located on the Links at Blyth. The emplacements were operated by an E.L.O. (Electric Light Officer) in a director station ...
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Coastal Artillery Battery on Blyth Links - List entry
- "...he World War I Battery at Blyth is well preserved and retains the full range of features characteristic of this type of coastal battery. As well as evidence for its ...

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