Lossie Forest Anti-Invasion defences III, Moray, Scotland. At over 8km in length, the coastal defences in Lossie Forest comprise the longest and best-preserved length of anti-invasion cubes and pillboxes in Scotland.
Searchlight position II, WW2 Innes Links Emergency Coastal Gun Battery, Lossie Forest, Moray Firth, Scotland.
Lossie Forest Anti-Invasion defences IV, Moray, Scotland.
Just enough space by the Spey for the tent. No rain forecast tonight thankfully.
Camp by the River Spey amongst the flood carried wood, Moray, Scotland.
Life’s big questions pondered in Lossiemouth Public Convenience.
I haven’t seen the inside of a toilet cubicle like this for twenty five years – almost made me nostalgic!
A Polish Army diagram of the barbed wire and anti-tank cubes at Lossie Forest in WWII
Many anti-tank cubes still have strands of barbed wire wrapped around the attachment hook.
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