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The Yorkshire coastline was one of the best defended coastlines in the UK during the Second World War, find out more about the pillboxes, anti-tank blocks and defences which still in some cases line the beaches.
Along the east and south coast of England, in various states of survival, are the remains of concave concrete listening posts dating from the late 1910s - early 1930s. The south east team have been visiting some of those in their area.
Discover the incredible archaeology along the Sefton Coastline. These range from prehistoric footprints through to the tar dumps created in the 50s and 60s. This is also the site of Formby lifeboat station, the first lifeboat station in England to rescue people from the treacherous sea which claimed many vessels.