Fort Burgoyne from the air
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aerial photograph of Fort Burgoyne, Dover Kent England UK.Fort Burgoyne is a Palmerston fort built in the early 1860s as defense against the threat of invasion by France and was intended to defend the north east of Dover. After WWI the redoubt was used as a store for the adjacent Connaught Barracks which was in use until quite recently. In 2014 Fort Burgoyne was acquired by the Land Trust and there are hopes it can be restored and opened to the public.
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