Stp. 687 E (Lisseweghe)

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Re: Stp. 687 E (Lisseweghe)

Post by SES » 25 Mar 2014 21:33

Hi Jan,
Sorry to hear that, the site have a magnificent ability to avoid my areas of interest too.
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Re: Stp. 687 E (Lisseweghe)

Post by rewdco » 02 Mar 2015 22:38

Just found some more information on the Lissewege Batterie:

Two sketches made by the Belgian resistance:

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Re: Stp. 687 E (Lisseweghe)

Post by rewdco » 02 Mar 2015 22:39

Plus text:

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Re: Stp. 687 E (Lisseweghe)

Post by Bunkerfreak » 30 Jun 2015 08:53

Hello,

I've just discovered that i had the minefield maps of this battery in my possession (i have more then i'm aware of i guess 8O ) i've took some pictures of these documents, only the interesting part, with the location of every landmine we can't do much i guess :lol:
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Re: Stp. 687 E (Lisseweghe)

Post by Bunkerfreak » 30 Jun 2015 08:59

Here the document about Minensperre 87 "Alma 712" that surrounded the Eisenbahnbatterie :thumbsup:
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Re: Stp. 687 E (Lisseweghe)

Post by Bunkerfreak » 30 Jun 2015 09:02

An overview of the E-batterie 4./1240:

The maps i've photographed are in A3, i've just put them over each other to create a bit a "complete" map
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Re: Stp. 687 E (Lisseweghe)

Post by Bunkerfreak » 30 Jun 2015 09:15

the name and number of the stützpunkt according to the Stützpunkt-liste from 10-7-1944:
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Stp. 106 Lisseweghe (4.HKAR 1240)

PS: i forgot from who i've got this list, i have two persons in thought, its not my purpose to knock them against theire head, it's just for educational purpose and for our study into the 'wall.

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Re: Stp. 687 E (Lisseweghe)

Post by CNOCK » 29 Feb 2016 16:00

Hello,

British aerial, date unknown, classified as 'railway batterie Zeebrugge', but obviously Lissewege.

We see the place of the Leitstand, (yellow circle) and the 4 turntables (in red circle)
Also observe the trench leading to now gone farm houses.
But the British also noticed something at the left, pont 'C' Any one knows what this could have been

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Re: Stp. 687 E (Lisseweghe)

Post by der bunkermann » 29 Feb 2016 17:02

Could be something belonging to the farm?

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Re: Stp. 687 E (Lisseweghe)

Post by CNOCK » 29 Feb 2016 20:15

Must be something they thought was military that caught their attention, otherwise they would not have pointed it on the foto

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Re: Stp. 687 E (Lisseweghe)

Post by Manuferey » 01 Mar 2016 02:13

It looks somewhat like a dummy rotating table. :idea:

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Re: Stp. 687 E (Lisseweghe)

Post by rewdco » 29 Mar 2016 21:35

I was hoping that Google would reveal something, but unfortunately...

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Re: Stp. 687 E (Lisseweghe)

Post by jopaerya » 03 Feb 2017 09:25

Don't know if these were taken at Lisseweghe but these guns were impressive .

Picture's - Ebay

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Re: Stp. 687 E (Lisseweghe)

Post by moonraker » 03 Feb 2017 13:28

hello jos,

Is not possible wiht the number,find the battery ??


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Re: Stp. 687 E (Lisseweghe)

Post by Manuferey » 04 Feb 2017 04:10

This is Reichsbahn Nr. 919176.

According to Alain Chazette in his green book on the coastal batteries in Normandy, Guns Nr. 919176 and 919177 formed E.685 which would become 3./1262, first positioned at Barneville-Carteret then at Auderville Laye.

The landscape on the ebay pictures seems to me to be the one around Auderville-Laye.

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