Dymchurch Redoubt :: Shared Description

There were two redoubts constructed on the south coast at Dymchurch and Eastbourne. They acted as supply depots for the 74 neighbouring Martello Towers. They were originally described as 'eleven-gun towers'.

Dymchurch Redoubt was built between 1806-1809. During the Second World War additional fortifications were add, with bunkers, pillboxes and gun platforms added to the top.
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TR1232 : Dymchurch Redoubt by N Chadwick
TR1232 : Dymchurch Redoubt by Oast House Archive
TR1332 : Western End of Hythe Ranges by Oast House Archive
TR1232 : Dymchurch Redoubt by Oast House Archive
TR1232 : Dymchurch Redoubt by Oast House Archive
TR1232 : Dymchurch Redoubt by N Chadwick
TR1232 : Dymchurch Redoubt by Oast House Archive
TR1232 : Dymchurch Redoubt by Oast House Archive
TR1232 : Dymchurch Redoubt by N Chadwick
TR1232 : Dymchurch Redoubt by Oast House Archive
TR1232 : Dymchurch Redoubt by N Chadwick
TR1232 : Dymchurch Redoubt by Oast House Archive
TR1232 : Dymchurch Redoubt by N Chadwick
TR1232 : Dymchurch Redoubt by N Chadwick


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Created: Mon, 12 Jul 2010, Updated: Mon, 12 Jul 2010

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