|South-east of the previous box, on the road leading to Brickyard Farmhouse, is the site of
an anti-tank road block. The only remaining evidence of this is an
concrete block standing in a ditch beside the northern side of the road, covered in brambles,
and the block (pictured above) which originally stood at the southern side
of the road and which was moved after the war to another location and served
as a milk churn stand. The vertical rail road sockets have been
covered over with tarmac. An anti-tank ditch ran through this position, north - up to the Bridgwater
and Taunton canal, and south - down to the river Tone.