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    I had been meaning to visit the redoubt for some time, and after waking too late for my initial destination I gathered it would be a shame to let the day go to waste without a visit somewhere local! So here it is, my photos of the redoubt that has been visited to death :-)

    Would be interested to know what the concrete blocks with iron rings positioned in a circle are in the neighbouring fields (no pic unfortunately)...?

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    like that, especially the water.

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    Some cracking photos there pal - nice one

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    Nice shots, particularly the angles on the mast! :D Pity it's flooded really. Mast feet are dotted all around neighbouring fields if I remember correctly.
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    Superb. Loved that. So much stuff there and fantastically photographed.

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    Excellent photography you've captured it really well.

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    Well put together report and lovely pics, Thanks
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    Nicely done! Thanks for sharing :)
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    looking at google earth, im guessing the concrete blocks mast basses and anchor points.

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    Very cool place, great pics :)

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