the remains of an observation post which appears to have been blown up, it is set west of the spring at the top of Henner’s Combe.
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- OBSERVATION POST (Mid 20th C - 1940 AD to 1945 AD)
the remains of an observation post which appears to have been blown up, it is set west of the spring at the top of Henner’s Combe.The building remains are 5.5m x 3.8m, and 1.4m high, it is roofless and the walls lean outwards. The roof was reinforced concrete and 0.5m thick, the walls were 0.9m thick, also reinforced concrete with a brick skin outside. Pieces of electric cable and ducting through the walls is visible. It is associated with other World War II sites.
- SZN48220 - Unpublished document: Isabel Richardson. 2001. Archaeological Survey of the Holnicote Estate, Somerset.
Other Statuses and References
- ENA3149 - Field Survey, Archaeological Survey of the Holnicote Estate 2001
- Related to: Tank Training Range, North Hill, Holnicote Estate (Monument) - 115467 / MNA167559