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St. Winnolls Heavy Anti-Aircraft Batteries A&B

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St. Winnolls A was armed in 1942 with four 4.5"guns, the engine room still survives as do a couple of the positions, The command post of St. Winnolls B is in great condition, with junction boxes intact, these brought the telephone lines from the position finders nearby to the guns, also theres quite a few 400v fuse boxes and many cable channels can still be seen in the floors.....

sadly a few of the fuses have been smashed in an outbuilding :mad:

great great site, but really overgrown......unlike the coastal batteries.....this saw action.........


great site - enjoy the report.........


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little bit of a bump here, just thought the remains of this site were rare....telephone boxes for each gub etc... well worth a look !
 

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