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The Drumburgh Arrow, Solway Coast
This concrete arrow is on the English side of the Solway firth near the small village Drumburgh.  It was part of the Burgh-by-sands bombing range during WWII.  The arrow points north across the Solway towards Eastriggs in Scotland. [url=https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@54.9270937,-3.1306556,149m/data=!3m1!1e3?hl=en/] Google Map location. [/url]
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The Drumburgh Arrow, Solway Coast

This concrete arrow is on the English side of the Solway firth near the small village Drumburgh. It was part of the Burgh-by-sands bombing range during WWII. The arrow points north across the Solway towards Eastriggs in Scotland. Google Map location.

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Date added:May 06, 2022
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