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Thread: Angle Windmill/ pillbox, Pembrokeshire

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    Default Angle Windmill/ pillbox, Pembrokeshire


    Visited this with Walsh. The disused and truncated windmill overlooking Angle was converted into a defence post during the war by the insertion of a concrete floor and machine-gun loops.It formed part of the defences of the adjacent Battle Headquarters, but unfortunatly the battle H.Q is currently flooded.The windmill, which has recently been restored, is on private land but it is easily viewed from the minor road leading to the village, but is better viewed close up ;).






    Battle HQ:







    Walsh to add his photos shortly.

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    Not much to add but here is a few






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    Nice pics, chaps. :)

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    An old picture of the windmill/pillbox and Battle HQ in the backround:



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    Oh yeah!

    Nice one boys ;)

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    Like this a lot. Love the metal shutter remains.
    Fabulous pics, fellas. Good stuff. :)
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