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  1. Elcamino;)

    Report - Centre Bastion-Swale (August 2023)

    The Centre Bastion we know today was built in 1825 during the expansion of De Gomme’s original Sheerness Lines defences from 1670. It was originally armed with 64 pounder guns only for 2 10” mark 111 RML guns to be added. These were loaded with ammunition from the magazine tunnels below which...
  2. Elcamino;)

    Report - Bastion No.1 -December 2023, Swale

    Often mistaken for the nearby Centre Bastion or somehow the fort at Garrison Point (by clickbaiters and idiots), Bastion Number 1 was part of the “Sheerness Lines” which is basically like the Western Heights or Chatham Lines of Sheppey but with a water-filled moat. The old Sheerness Lines were...
  3. Nesha Adams

    Report - Fort Pitt Tunnels - November 2020

    Great local explore the other night at Fort Pitt. After many years of researching and going out searching for an entry point, we had received a message about the location. The fort itself was designed with red brick walls, a 15ft moat (defence ditch) and a bastion on each edge of the fort. It...