Warren House/Ash Gill, Horden (Horden)
A concrete pillbox stands at the junction of Warren House Gill and Ash Gill. It is circular and built into the ground. Pillboxes were built during World War Two (1939-45) as a defence against possible invasion from Germany.
|Historical period:||Second World War (1939 to 1945)|
|Event(s):||Turning the Tide Project 1997 - 1998; Archaeological Services University of Durham|
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Source of Reference
Local History of Horden
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