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The Disused & Abandoned WWII Maunsell Sea Forts - Abandoned Spaces

The Maunsell Forts are heavily armed ‘metal islands’ built during WWII to defend the United Kingdom from invasion. In total, there are ten Maunsell Forts: six of them were operated as army forts and the

The Disused & Abandoned WWII Maunsell Sea Forts - Abandoned Spaces

Anti-aircraft crews scan the sky from a Maunsell Sea Fort (Army Style) in the Thames Estuary, November [OS]

The Disused & Abandoned WWII Maunsell Sea Forts - Abandoned Spaces

The Maunsell Forts are heavily armed ‘metal islands’ built during WWII to defend the United Kingdom from invasion. In total, there are ten Maunsell Forts: six of them were operated as army forts and the

The Disused & Abandoned WWII Maunsell Sea Forts - Abandoned Spaces

The Maunsell Sea Forts were small fortified towers built in the Thames and Mersey estuaries during the Second World War to help defend the United Kingdom. They were named after their designer, Guy Maunsell. This is Fort Knock John.

The Disused & Abandoned WWII Maunsell Sea Forts - Abandoned Spaces

The Maunsell Forts are armed towers built in the Thames and Mersey estuaries during the Second World War to help defend the United Kingdom. They were operated as army and navy forts, and named after their designer, Guy Maunsell.

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Before Radar, they used these giant concrete "Sound Mirrors" to detect incoming enemy aircraft - Abandoned Spaces

Before Radar, they used these giant concrete "Sound Mirrors" to detect incoming enemy aircraft - Abandoned Spaces

Scottish physicist Sir Robert Watson-Watt invented the first practical radar system back in The system used pulsed radio waves, and it could detect

Before Radar, they used these giant concrete "Sound Mirrors" to detect incoming enemy aircraft - Abandoned Spaces

These vast concrete dishes, which can be found along the northern and easterly British coastline, are sound mirrors. Originally designed to capture.

Before Radar, they used these giant concrete "Sound Mirrors" to detect incoming enemy aircraft - Abandoned Spaces

The Kyshtym Disaster of The largest nuclear disaster we’ve never heard of

Before Radar, they used these giant concrete "Sound Mirrors" to detect incoming enemy aircraft - Abandoned Spaces

Image 5 of 7 from gallery of These Enormous Concrete Acoustic Mirrors Pepper the British Coastline. Denge (Greatstone-on-Sea, Kent, Great Britain).

Výsledek obrázku pro cabine crew with crash axe

Výsledek obrázku pro cabine crew with crash axe