WW2 Fort Dorset Remains

More location shots of bunkers again today. This time above Seatoun, these were to protect Port Dorset which lay on the other side of the ridge and the harbor entrance.

There are some old images of it HERE although the two gun pits are pretty much just rubble.

These were by far the most overgrown battlements and it looked like someone had been living in one of them. I especially liked how the metal shutters on one of them had rusted to look like lace.

In some places houses have been built only meters away from some of these structures so it makes you wonder how much longer they will last…

Nikon D70s, Various Lenses, ISO 200.

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