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Defence Munitions, Glen Douglas

At first glance Glen Douglas is an apparently typical Scottish Glen. But look closely and you see the area on the right with trees that stretches into the distance is enclosed by a fence. Bunkers are spread all along the hillside, its reason for being here is its proximity to deep water in Loch Long and the fact the west coast rail line passes by.

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