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The Museum of London Archaeology Service (MoLAS) was commissioned by Union Railways (South) Limited (URS) to undertake a standing building survey at Ashenbank Wood Army Camp, Kent (site code ARC AWC 98). This work formed part of an extensive programme of archaeological investigations carried out in advance of the construction of theChannel Tunnel Rail Link (CTRL). The site is centred on URS grid point 47800 E49600 N and NGR grid point TQ 675697. The site comprised several second World War army camps which had been demolished to the foundations. The works consisted of a brief overview of those structures due to be affected by the construction of the CTRL. Due to the height of vegetation only the partial foundations of three buildings and four air raid shelters were recorded.