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Report - Cliffe Fort, Kent, Sept 2009

Discussion in 'Military Sites' started by layz, Sep 15, 2009.

  1. layz

    layz Conquistador d'Wolverton
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    Evening Guys,

    visited Cliffe Fort this weekend with my friend, the previous way in had been sealed, but we found an 'interesting' way in! Had great fun there, climbing in and out of the ground floor windows to avoid getting wet.


    The fort is owned by the gravel extraction company which operated nearby. However as the fort is a Scheduled Ancient Monument; scope for redevelopment is rather limiting.

    Anyway the photos:


    Evidence of the orriginal gun casements, rails and pulleys



    The torpedo rails:

    The soldiers quarters, mainly flooded but still with orriginal plaster in places:


    WW2 observation tower:


    2 old lorries nearby:


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