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This World War 2 pilbox is located on "Sandy Island" at the southern end of the sand dunes on Hartly Links at Seaton Sluice. The pillbox is of concrete sandbag construction.

Beach Seaton Sluice at War Pillboxes
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Defences built into hillside

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Melton Constable pub, Seaton Sluice

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Pillbox at Seaton Sluice (Seaton Valley)
- Includes photo. "Pillbox at Seaton Sluice, Blyth. Photo by Glasgow University. Pillbox at Seaton Sluice, Blyth. Photo by Glasgow University. These are the remains of a pillbox, a small fortified …

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Keys to the Past HER: N11985
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NZ335769


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