Early construction of a large concrete caisson known as a Phoenix, 27 Jan 1944 in southern England. These had flooding valves and were to be sunk as part of the Mulberry Harbors for the Normandy landings.

Caption     Early construction of a large concrete caisson known as a Phoenix, 27 Jan 1944 in southern England. These had flooding valves and were to be sunk as part of the Mulberry Harbors for the Normandy landings. ww2dbase
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Identification Code   H35379
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