Colleagues; I know, normally you are used to see me posting something about North Africa. Now... this would be slightly further North. Had the chance to visit some positions of the former AA Defences of Bristol. There is even a story related to them: " Sometime later I learned that on September 27th, 1940, a German Messerschmidt 110 fighter bomber crashed near Manor Park Hospital in Fishponds. The pilot was only 26 years of age and named Oberfeldwebel Hans Tiepell. Also there was a Gunner, aged 20 years, Unteroffizier Bresiq from Bresan. They died instantly and are both buried at Greenbank Cemetery, in Bristol." Source: BBC - WW2 People's War - Rough Hewn and Tender Pride-Fishponds 1939-1940 I don't know, if some photos of the positions (or better: what remains of them until today) would be interesting for you or (what I rather guess) if such is already commonly known and was only new for me.