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14/06/2020 Beta Version
15/06/2020 Added Google Analytics
18/06/2020 Improved accuracy of markers
08/09/2020 Added simple Facebook preview images
22/09/2020 Updated to 18.3

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Steve's overlay was originally adapted from the Defence of Britain Archive(DoB) which is copyright of the Council for British Archaeology. The DoB was funded by the Department of National Heritage (now DCMS) and the Heritage Lottery Fund. The DoB is licenced freely by the Archaeology Data Service for use or adaptation for research or learning purposes.

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Disclaimer

Defence structures and sites of all types both above and below ground can be very dangerous. Serious injury or even death can arise from unauthorised entry into such sites and structures. Join a responsible club, group or society who can arrange official visits. This website accepts no responsibility for any damages or injuries caused by ignoring this advice. We do not encourage readers to undertake the ad hoc clearance of vegetation from pillboxes, as it can expose them to physical damage and inappropriate use, it may also contravene a variety of statutory regulations including, listed buildings and SSSI designations. Vegetation clearance should only ever be undertaken as part of a formal arrangement, having sought and obtained permission from the land owner and other necessary authorities. Damaging a listed or scheduled monument can be considered as a Heritage Crime.