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Report - Eastern and Western Outworks of Fort Burgoyne, Dover. December 2012

FreeCandy

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28DL Full Member
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I cant find much history on these but they are 2 detached wing batteries to the East and West of Fort Burgoyne. They are connected by huge ditches and rather overgrown. The east outworks I would say was the easier 1 to access now that the western outworks has been blocked off. Still was a good explore and fun to do.

Eastern Outworks

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Western Outworks

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(No stairway! Denied!)

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After all of that, Stopped along the A20 and checked out the random WW2 buildings and lookouts above Sanphire Hoe

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Thanks for looking, hope you enjoy
 

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