All along the UK's coastline are reminders of our historic endeavours to retain our liberty, and Warden Point on the Isle of Sheppey, Kent is no exception. Parking in the town of Warden, access to the shoreline is easy. Walk north towards Minster and you'll soon find the 'floating' remains of Warden Point Battery.
I say floating because these WWII defences were built as hilltop defences protecting the Thames and Medway. Now at the mercy of the unrelenting tides due to coastal erosion, these concrete structures are strewn along the shore. Great to explore but watch the tides. OS map 149 Sittingbourne and Faversham will be your guide.