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Tunnelling for the sewer connecting [[Hollington]] to the holding tanks at [[West St Leonards]] 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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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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Revision as of 14:18, 17 August 2020

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 tracks buried at the bottom of Gillsmans Hill to prevent theft/commandeering during the war.[1]

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