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Tunnelling for the sewer connecting to the holding tanks at commenced in 1938. There was a light railway constructed to assist transporting materials and spoil to and from the sites. When [[WW2]] commmenced, the work was paused and [[The Railway|the railway]] tracks buried at the bottom of [[Gillsmans Hill]] to prevent theft/commandeering during the war.<ref>{{HSLO|21 May 1938|18}}</ref>{{STUB}}
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Tunnelling for the sewer connecting to the holding tanks at commenced in 1938. There was a light railway constructed to assist transporting materials and spoil to and from the sites. When [[WW2]] commmenced, the work was paused and [[The Railway|the railway]] tracks buried at the bottom of [[Gillsmans Hill]] to prevent theft/commandeering during the war.<ref>{{HSLO|21 May 1938|18}}</ref>
 
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