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Really there is not too much there but concrete blocks, walls and ‘bunkers’ in the middle of a Scottish field, but knowing it was used to train allied soldiers to assault fortified areas, gives it some substance in the historical sense. If you are an...More
Stand on this wall and remember what our forebears had to go through. These were the practice walls for the Normandy landings in the second world war. The moor was used in both the first and second world wars for practice and there are areas...More
15 minutes north east of Dunblane or off the A9 you'll find the remains of a mock up of Hitler's Atlantic Wall. Used for target practice by British forces during WWII these ruined concrete structures include anti-tank and anti-personnel defences and a Tobruk shelter for...More