Thesaurus Term/Concept: WEAPONS PIT

Identifier 94363
Class MONUMENT TYPE
Status Preferred
Index? Yes
Scope Note Usually a small, two or three man trench, dug as an isolated fieldwork rather than as part of a defensive system. A WWI and WWII feature.

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Instances/Examples (15)

Context Record
Monument Type MSO10167 19th Century quarry southeast of Larkbarrow (Monument)
Monument Type MEM22595 Post-medieval mound and pit near Pinkworthy (or Pinkery) Pond (Monument)
Monument Type MEM22596 Post-medieval mound and pit near Pinkworthy (or Pinkery) Pond (Monument)
Monument Type MEM22598 Post-medieval mound and pit near Pinkworthy (or Pinkery) Pond (Monument)
Monument Type MEM22599 Post-medieval mound and pit near Pinkworthy (or Pinkery) Pond (Monument)
Monument Type MEM22609 Post-medieval mound and pit on The Chains (Monument)
Monument Type MEM22549 Post-medieval mound on The Chains (Monument)
Monument Type MEM22594 Post-medieval mound on The Chains (Monument)
Monument Type MMO3126 World War Two circular pits on South Hill (Monument)
Monument Type MMO2965 World War Two earthworks on Red Stone Hill (Monument)
Monument Type MMO2964 World War Two military training activity north of Honeymead Two Gates (Monument)
Monument Type MMO3145 World War Two military training earthworks west of Halse Lane (Monument)
Monument Type MMO1276 World War Two weapons pit on Dunster Beach [outside Park boundary] (Monument)
Monument Type MMO609 World War Two weapons pit west of Hill Road (Monument)
Monument Type MMO3140 World War Two weapons pits on Draydon Knap (Monument)