poole in the second world war
a brief history of what is still there to this day
anti-tank obstacles
Poole and Bournemouth and the surrounding area, like most coastal places, has its fair share of anti-tank obstacles, mainly consisting of dragon's teeth and ditches, although some wooden structures do still exist. They are quite literally everywhere, from sticking out of hedges to hiding at the end of peoples gardens. To list all the locations would take a long time, so here is a shortlist of all the best places to see them. 






Location Bramble Bay Studland, park at the side of ferry road and from there it is about a hundred metre walk 
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