Chatham Lines, Section at Chatham Gun Wharf


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Coastal Battery
Post Medieval

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English Heritage

County Council (Unitary)

Medway Council



Parliamentary Constituency

Rochester and Strood

Grid Reference

OV757757 (575736, 168228)

WGS84 Coordinates

51.3854, 0.525846

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The New Gun Wharf occupies the position of a tidal mill and mill pond, and was first constucted in the 1750s. It ws not further developed until the early 19th century. The only buldings which survive are the Deputy Store-keeper's House built between 1811-21, and part of an office range of circa 1900.

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