Power Ballad, 2014.

Along the coast of Essex, there once stood a line of WW2 concrete pillbox defences, installed on top of cliffs to survey the horizon for imminent invasion. However, due to coastal erosion, many of these structures are now in pieces on various beaches, such as Mersea Island and Walton on the Naze, or totally overgrown in various fields and bushes across the county.

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