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MONUMENT NO. 1422943

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A Second World War pillbox located on the east side of the railway and south of Patchway station, Stoke Gifford. The pillbox was constructed in 1940-41, built of reinforced concrete and brick, and is D-shaped, with the corners cut off. There are two embrasures in each face including the rear. The entrance is in the southwest corner in a small separate block. A field visit in 2000 found the structure extant and in a good condition.Still visible in aerial photographs taken in 2007, the pillbox is not visible on aerial photographs taken in 2013.

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