|Danton Pinch shown within Kent|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Ambulance||South East Coast|
|EU Parliament||South East England|
Danton Pinch was a small village in Kent, England north-west of Folkestone. Its location is now within the confines of the Channel Tunnel. The village was demolished and its residents moved when the construction of the tunnel required its demolition. The only evidence of its original existence is a small lane known as Danton Lane which lies north of the site. Evidence of the access road is seen in Satellite imagery where a line of trees runs from the lane to the perimeter fence of the Channel Tunnel.
A fortified house was built in Danton Pinch however as with the village, it no longer exists.
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