About Shoeburyness

Shoeburyness, or simply Shoebury, is a suburb of the city of Southend-on-Sea, in the ceremonial county of Essex, England. Shoebury was originally named by the Saxons, before becoming two distinctively separate parishes of South Shoebury and North Shoebury sometime after 1086.

It is named from the bleak Shoebury Ness peninsula on which the town stands and stretching off to the east and was once a garrison town and remains a host to MoD Shoeburyness. 

So as Britain prepared for the increasingly likely World War II, the area was an important location for the testing and exhibiting of defensive military technology.

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