Tuesday, 27 May 2014


 [Photographs Copyright Andy Brockman/Operations Room Archaeology:  all rights reserved]

The former Gas Decontamination Station at Furze Lodge on Shooters Hill, one of the sites recorded in the original Digging Dad's Army survey of the defended landscape on Shooters Hill, south east London, has now been redeveloped as 12 flats. 

The north approach ramp has been removed, but unlike many developments which simply demolish wartime buildings, the core of the building was retained in the new scheme and an interpretation board was added as a planning condition by Greenwich Council.

The board, pictured above, was researched and written by Andy Brockman of the Digging Dad's Army Project.

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