AA Battery Dykehead
The possible site of World War II anti-aircraft battery may lie to the south of Dykehead, and area which lies approximately 1 kilometre west of Chapleton on the A726 road, halfway between East Kilbride and Strathaven.
The only information provided in the record comprises of the name and location.
In the absence of any further details, it may be considered possible that this location was a proposed, but never uses, as it lies only two miles southwest of of Limekilnburn, which was the site of two AA batteries, one from World War II AA Battery Limekilnburn Thorniehill and one from the Cold War, AA Battery Limekilnburn Viewfield.
Aerial imagery from online applications does not appear to show any trace evidence, indication of remains, or related structures in the surrounding area as much of the land appears to be fields, so any details may have been ploughed out.
The existence of this site remains uncertain, unless further historic details are found, or we receive any further information
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