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Cloch Point Battery

Machine Gun Post (First World War)(Possible), Sentry Post (First World War)(Possible)

Site Name Cloch Point Battery

Classification Machine Gun Post (First World War)(Possible), Sentry Post (First World War)(Possible)

Canmore ID 352767

Site Number NS27NW 21.30

NGR NS 20449 75621

Datum OSGB36 - NGR


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Administrative Areas

  • Council Inverclyde
  • Parish Inverkip
  • Former Region Strathclyde
  • Former District Inverclyde
  • Former County Renfrewshire


Field Visit (2 March 2016)

The remains of what may have been a sentry post or machine-gun post are situated in woodland some 20m NE of the fire command post, on a slope just above a terrace created by a field bank running WNW and ESE. The site comprises a platform which extends 4m out from the slope, is 5m in breadth and is a maximum of 0.75m in height along its front edge, at the centre of which is a grass-grown rectangular mound measuring 2m from NW to SE by 1.75 transversely and up to 1m in height. In the centre of the top of the mound there is a rectangular depression measuring 1m from NW to SE by 0.75m transversely and a maximum 0.2m in depth. The feature commands a position overlooking the coastline but it is situated outside the defensive line of barbed wire, of which several stobs remain in situ.

Visited by HES Survey & Recording (AM, AK) 3 March 2016.


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