Tuesday, 28 May 2013

DDCAG at a National Trust Dig

Today some of us went to the National Trust dig at Burton Bradstock to see what they have found.
Martin Papworth of the NT explains the site
This is a building that, just like our site, has been lost to memory by the time WWII began. It was then that a gun emplacement was cut through it.
A large calibre shell casing
  This looks like something that Dino would eat in the Flintstones! But is probably an ox bone.

This is a fireplace hanging over the edge of the eroded beach. Much of the structure has been lost to the sea.

As with most of our outings we scampered to the cafe for coffee and cake.

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