Olympic Park Pillbox & Tank Traps

The Olympic Park Pill Box is part of the outer London defence ring, built around London during the early part of the Second World War. It was intended as a defence against a German invasion, and was part of a national network of similar “Stop Lines”. In June 1940 under the direction of General Edmund […]

The Olympic Park Pill Box is part of the outer London defence ring, built around London during the early part of the Second World War.

It was intended as a defence against a German invasion, and was part of a national network of similar “Stop Lines”.

In June 1940 under the direction of General Edmund Ironside, concentric rings of anti-tank defences and pillboxes were constructed in and around London. They comprised: The London Inner Keep, London Stop Line Inner (Line C), London Stop Line Central (Line B) and London Stop Line Outer (Line A).

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