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© Mr Wilfred N. Winder

IoE Number: 366573
Location: REDOUBT, MAIN ROAD (south east side)
Photographer: Mr Wilfred N. Winder
Date Photographed: 22 June 2002
Date listed: 20 June 1972
Date of last amendment: 20 June 1972
Grade II*

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HARWICHTM2632SWMAIN ROAD609-1/3/95(South East side)

HARWICH TM2632SW MAIN ROAD 609-1/3/95 (South East side) 20/06/72 Redoubt GV II* Redoubt. 1808-1810. Of brick and granite. Circular plan form with internal courtyard and brick vaulted chambers. Circular dry moat and original drawbridge replaced by concrete span. Some original fittings including iron railings, hoist and lantern in magazine wall. Designed as bomb-proof fortification with effective artillery power to withstand lengthy siege. Remodelled in 1861 to same basic plan. Upper level contains batteries, originally for ten 24-pounder cannon, one of which dated 1865 has been excavated from moat. Moat revetment in brick.

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