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Whitley Bay Heavy Anti Aircraft Battery

This location is now part of the Whitley Bay Caravan Park. In World War 2 it was the site of a heavy anti-aircraft battery, radar station, two short sections of trench, weapons pits, a military camp, military roads, military buildings and trackways. (Source: SiteLines)

Defence of Britain Whitley Bay at War Demolished
Tyne and Wear HER(5508): Whitley Bay, Coast Road, Heavy Anti Aircraft Battery Tyne T
- "Heavy anti aircraft battery - Tyne T. Site of a Second World War heavy anti-aircraft battery, recorded by the Defence of Britain project, is visible as structures and earthworks on …

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Tyne & Wear HER: 5508
Grid ref: NZ344747


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