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MONUMENT NO. 1413672

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An Early Twentieth Century sound mirror was constructed at Abbot's Cliff in 1928 and is still extant on aerial photographs taken in 2007. A contemporary building platform is visible as an earthwork on aerial photographs taken in 2007. An associated antenna is located 190 metres to the west, and is recorded as (NMR: 1534419). Two possibly associated buildings and a possible property boundary are located 12 metres to the east (NMR: 1534413). This 20ft (6.1m) mirror was built as one of a pair of mirrors to bracket the Acoustic Research Station at Hythe, the second mirror being located at Denge (NMR: 462809). This site has been mapped from aerial photographs as part of the South East Rapid Coastal Zone Assessment Survey NMP (Component 2).

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