The Neilston WebCam Photo Gallery

A personal photographic tour of Scotland
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World War I and II sites


Memorials and sites related to World War I and II

48 files, last one added on Apr 19, 2018
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Royal Navy West Coast depots and bases

RFA Fort Victoria, Loch Long.jpg

Scotland's west coast has always had a strategic importance as a place for anchoring naval vessels from WWII up until the cold war and even today is the location of the UK's Trident Missile Submarines and the main training area for its attack Submarine fleet.

68 files, last one added on May 11, 2018
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G8 Summit, July 2005

Air Force One, Prestwick 2005.jpg

Not a secret, but rarely do you get so many VIP's and such a big security operation in Scotland

9 files, last one added on Jul 08, 2005
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Naval Shipyards

HMS St Albans, Scotstoun.jpg

Scotland has in the past built many of the Royal Navy's great warships but today there are only two yards remaining, the former Yarrows Shipbuilders at Scotstoun and Govan Shipbuilders, both today are owned by BAe Systems.

39 files, last one added on Jun 05, 2015
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Cold war Bunkers & other relics


The Royal Observer Core was established in 1925 to identify hostile aircraft. In the 1950's they were given the additional task of monitoring a nuclear attack on the UK for which some 1500 underground concrete bunkers were built in every corner of the UK. The ROC was stood down in 1991 but many of the monitoring post can still be spotted. For more info check out Sub Brit's web site

31 files, last one added on Mar 09, 2016
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Random 'secrets'


Things that don't fall into the other catagories that I've stumbled upon in my travels.

26 files, last one added on Jun 17, 2016
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Random files - Secret Scotland
Royal Navy Submarine, Largs553 views
Ready for Armageddon, ROC Post 23367 views
RFA Lyme Bay, Scotstoun, River Clyde297 views
Trident Jetti and Shiplift seen from hills above789 views
Enter the Dragon, Scotstoun279 views

Last additions - Secret Scotland
BUTEC Range Terminal Building, near Applecross27 viewsMay 11, 2018
Nissen Hut, Mellon Charles Boom Defence Depot46 viewsApr 19, 2018
Mellon Charles Boom Defence site38 viewsApr 19, 2018
The Russian Convoy Memorial, Loch Ewe79 viewsMar 26, 2018
Loch Doon Gunnery School97 viewsFeb 14, 2018

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