This pillbox just 175m SW of the previous posting was also part of the defended locality of Kirkleatham Hall.
Unlike the other this pillbox is faced with bricks, however it is also in excellent condition as it sits on private land in the middle of a working farm.
A central door into a small chamber leads to two larger firing positions. Inside the chamber with the larger embrasures there are two gun platforms and all the metal shutters are still in place, the wedge shaped hole in the wall being to accommodate the legs of a tripod mounted machine gun.
Quote from Defence of Britain Project –
The defended locality was to provide a rear defence to the coastal defences at Marske. A mobile column was also based at Kirkleatham to go to the relief of the beach front defences in the event of an enemy landing or to confront airborne assault troops