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Martin Brown

Thank you Ian for the kind words!

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Moonraker
On 09/06/2016 at 11:46, Gareth Davies said:

The ones at Bedlam are very hard to see, especially at this time of year. The ones near the Bustard are also pretty hard to see. Further, they're on the training area and so there is no public access to them.

Report on excavations at Bedlam (Perham Down).

 

Moonraker

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Gareth Davies

Thanks Mr R. Hopefully I will be able to pop over to Bedlam later today or tomorrow.

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Ian Riley
On 02/04/2018 at 06:39, Moonraker said:

 

Moonraker,

Thanks for this link

Ian

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Gunner Bailey
Posted (edited)

Has anyone mentioned the training trenches at Barham SE of Canterbury? They were a short horse ride (the ride, not the horse) from Kitchener's Mansion, so I expect he inspected the troops there regularly.

 

There was a thread on this many years ago.

 

 

John

Edited by Gunner Bailey

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