Beadnell anti-tank blocks
Beadnell anti-tank blocks (81602)
A line of four anti-tank blocks incorporated into the rock armor protecting Beadnell harbor pier. It seems likely that they are associated with site 30124 (Tank trap) a line of anti-tank blocks protecting Beadnell harbor visible of World War II aerial photography.
- Modern (1901 and later)
- Period comments
The structures date to the Second World War, their reuse as coastal defenses dates to the mid-20th century.
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- Monument Type - Broad
- Military coastal defences
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- Monument Description
- Evidence Type - Broad
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- Evidence Description
A man-made construction or object (such as a gravestone), which has been moved from its original site either through active human intervention or natural processes such as erosion. For buildings, which have been moved, use MOVED BUILDING.
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- How accessible is the feature?
- Not accessible, but visible from public path/road/adjacent land
- Accessibility comments
The site is visible from the walkway around the edge of the harbor, access to the site itself is not possible.
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