Can anyone identify this place in S.E England?

Discussion in 'The Intelligence Cell' started by Sid_Ruff, Mar 1, 2010.

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  1. I have been sent some photos of a fort, built in 1860 and based near a river/lake. As far as I know it is in Kent but I am not certain. Any help in identifying and locating will be gratefully received.

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  6. The photos are titled Cliffe Fort. Google to find out where it is.
  7. Yep. Cliff Fort it is.
  8. Doh! I thank you all for your patience and non-pi$$ taking replies. :)
  9. Cliffe Fort, near the village of Cliffe, and it's a Fort.

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    Sid_Ruff, you, Sir, have made my day, I thank you! :D
  10. No worries C.F. By my powers of deduction I failed to recognise Cliffe Fort and thought, a fort by a cliff! Ironically, less than 30 minutes drive from my house. I will now retire quietly to the Sussex Downs, to keep bees!
  11. My regards to Mycroft.