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Offline bromptonboy

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Re: Re: Grain Fort
« Reply #3 on: January 12, 2009, 17:51:17 »
The targets listed are interesting as it means the Grain Fort guns could traverse through 360 degrees to fire inland directly over the top of Grain village!

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Re: Re: Grain Fort
« Reply #2 on: January 12, 2009, 16:02:58 »
Grain fort 19.6.41
9.2 Battery Landwards Firing Data

Serial NumberTargetGivenFoundBearing
H.5High Halstow2293223938264
H.6Cooling1994197946288
H.9Great Chattenden Wood Area1992190920259
H.10Ladys Close Cliffe1892180920259
H.11Hoo2290226907248
S.1Leysdown4888485885110
S.2Eastchurch4389431897118
S.3Eastchurch Aerodrome4288430881125
S.4Minster3991399912120
S.5Building Estate3390384909130
S.6Road Junction370889370889144
                                    

Signed: L. Lapping
Commanding 284th Coast Battery

(In English, these are the places that would be destroyed by Grain Forts guns in the event of enemy invasion)

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Re: Grain Fort
« Reply #1 on: December 07, 2008, 11:29:38 »
Sorry I have not got this in a larger size.
It was sent to me by a grain resident asking if I had any other photos.


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