Battery Bohlen (1901-1942)
This battery was armed with three 10-inch guns on disappearing carriages,
which once functioned as the harbor's long-range defense.
Battery Bohlen, gun emplacement #3.
Emplacements #2 and #1 of Battery Bohlen.
The lower level of the Battery was filled-in with dirt
in the 1980's by the Kittery Parks Dept.
It was somewhat similar in appearance to Battery Hunter at Fort Stark.
The crow's nest for gun position #1.
The crow's nest for gun position #2.
The crow's nest for gun position #3.
The covered shell hoist platform for gun position #3.
The #4 crow's nest is in the rear of the photo.
The ladder to the #4 crow's nest.
The "Double" Mine Observation Tower (1942-1945), behind Battery Bohlen.
Now public restrooms.
There is no access to the upper floor.
The #1 gun mount for AMTB Battery 952 (1943-1946),
located underneath a pavilion in front of Battery Bohlen.
Armed with two 90mm shielded fixed mount guns.
The bolt pattern is visible around the base of the floor support.
The #2 mount is buried in the brush nearby.