The Pillbox is of a two-storey design with access to the 1st floor via a metal ladder which is still solidly in place.Very cramped ground floor and 1st floor. In poor condition with ever encroaching housing development.A once clear view across flat land is now obscured by dense undergrowth and trees.Access to the actual site is through a broken fence and climb over a mud bank .Entry to the Pillbox is easy. From the Hillingdon Council website.Locally listed. Statement of significance/ Reasons for designation Architectural: A two storey, hexagonal pillbox, in brick with stone coping to parapet. Much vandalised, and in poor condition. Historic: The only remaining one of a ring of such pillboxes that surrounded the Royal Ordnance Factory run by Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) at Yeading, during WW2.