The line followed natural and manmade barriers such as rivers and canals, and was strengthened by pillboxes, gun emplacements and anti tank obstacles. In the event of an actual invasion, it was planned mines would be laid and key crossing points such as bridges demolished.
- British anti-invasion preparations of World War II
- British hardened field defences of World War II
- Taunton Stop Line
- GHQ Line
- Outer London Defence Ring
- Bridgwater and Taunton Canal
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