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Ardhallow Battery

posted in: Defending the Clyde | 2

  As part of the Defending the Clyde project, the team travelled last week to Dunoon, to record the remains of Ardhallow coastal battery, including its landward defences. The battery once housed a 9.2-inch gun and two 6-inch guns, overlooking Cloch … Continued

Defending the Clyde

posted in: Defending the Clyde, News | 1

During 2016 we will be undertaking a survey of the defences built in the first half of the 20th century to protect the Clyde from attack from the sea.  We will be working with the Centre for Battlefield Archaeology and … Continued