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TOWER 12B

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The site of tower 12B, part of the defences supporting Hadrian's Wall on the Cumbrian coast. The tower was originally of sandstone construction and is located on the southern slope of a sand dune. No remains are now visible. The tower was not positively identified on air photographs but may be covered by 1946 vertical photography.

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