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Upnor Castle Elizabethan artillery fort from the air

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aerial photograph of Upnor Castle Elizabethan artillery fort built 1559Ð67 to defend the River Medway and Chatham Dockyard. The fort was replaced by more modern forts from the 17th century, after which it became an ammunition depot. Military use ended in 1945 and since then it is preserved as a museum.

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