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P351

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World War II lozenge-shaped pillbox, constructed of reinforced concrete 1940-1 as part of the Northern Command River Wansbeck Stop Line, located south of the village between the castle to the east and the road to the west. Six-sided, with a porch protecting the entrance and nine gun-slits. One of four pillboxes, all to this design, in and around Mitford, which are scheduled as being 20th century extensions of the defensive function of Mitford Castle [NZ 18 NE 4].

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