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Situated beside the spectacular Dunfanaghy beach this interesting curiosity is well worth a look.
4 crew from the RAF were wined and dined on the evening of 16 June 1942 when they had to do any emergency landing on the beach. Next day, fortified and...More
The site is a memorial to an event in 1942 involving RAF Ferry Command when a Lockheed Hudson being ferried from the Canada ran out of fuel and landed on Dunfanaghy Beach. The plane was refueled the next day and took off again.