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HEAVY ANTI AIRCRAFT BATTERY PORTLAND 2

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  HEAVY ANTI AIRCRAFT BATTERY PORTLAND 5
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Site of Second World War heavy anti aircraft gun battery Portland 2/5 at Nothe, probably built between 1940-1941. The four 3.7-inch static gun emplacements were sunk into the ground. In 1941 it had been manned by 329 Battery of the 104th Royal Artillery Regiment. A housing estate covered most of the site by 2003.

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