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Trigpoint: Henley Grove Fort

Henley Grove Fort 138m (453ft)

Classification: Trigpoint.
Flush Braket: S3780
Historic use: Secondary
Condition: Slightly damaged
OS Grid Ref: SU981488 (10 figure Grid Ref: SU9819348836).
Latitude: 51.23028, Longitude: -0.59504, Height: 138 metres (453 feet)
Site ID: TP3053

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Trigpoint data contributed by John Davis, and further developed by Trigpointing UK

Selected mapping: Google or Bing / Ordnance Survey

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Member's Comments...

  • Chris Pearson says...
  • Henley Fort is an outdoor centre. Child protection rules for visitors forbid my unbooked presence from being allowed in as there was a school group on site, however the history tutor escorted me up the outer bank to gaze at the trig across the moat and gave me a history overview: Henley Grove Fort which was built during the 1880s as part of the London Defence Positions.(Modern day London -e.g Canary Wharf and The Shard could be seen in the distance) Its purpose was to protect the capital from the French army, but never used. It is the most westerly fort of a 17-mile chain along the North Downs, with forts spaced 5 miles apart.
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