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Coastal Battery "Rubha nan Sasan"

This British coastal battery was built in 1941 to defend Loch Ewe against a possible German invasion. The main armanant consisted of two 6 inch (152.4 mm) guns.

During the Second World War, Loch Ewe was the starting point for many Russia bound convoys and a haven for Allied shipping.

Many emplacements and bunkers were built for the defense of Loch Ewe. Many remains still exist.

The battery today:
It is currently abandoned.

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