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It is easy to image Chapel House Bridge during the invasion threat in 1940. There are two concrete cubes, one either side of the road. These cubes were the basis of the roadblock. The metal sticking out of the top of the cube would be used to attach barbed wire. In the middle of the road are post holes where a moveable roadblock would have been fixed.

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