Pillbox, Adders Haugh, Mitford


This Second World War pillbox is located on Adders Haugh, 301m south of Mitford Bridge. It was built by the Northern Command as part of the River Wansbeck Stop Line constructed between 1940 and 1941. This is one of four surviving pillboxes in the area which were constructed to the same design for the Stop Line. They are built with reinforced concrete, hexagonal in shape, with two longer sides, with a single door protected by a porch, and nine gun-slits.[1]

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Pillbox, Adders Haugh, Mitford

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Pill Box near Mitford

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Pill Box near Mitford

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Pill Box near Mitford

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
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Pill Box near Mitford

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
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Pill Box near Mitford

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
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Four pillboxes - Mitford / Hebron - List Entry
- "....The pillboxes, 894m NNE, 320m north west, 301m south and 718m south west of Mitford Bridge are substantially preserved as standing structures and are good examples of part of a ...

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