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Blyth Battery, Blyth

Blyth Battery, Blyth

A Twentieth Century coastal battery and associated pillbox, tank trap and military building are visible as a series of structures on air photographs. Some of the features are visible on the latest 1988-1993 Ordnance Survey vertical photography. These features represent the northernmost area of Blyth Battery, a coastal artillery battery situated on South Beach, Blyth. The battery was constructed...
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Huge Artillery

Huge Artillery

A big cannon at the Royal Artillery Barracks, London, UK.
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Artillery polygon

Artillery polygon

Numerous holes from impact of projectiles in historical artillery polygon.
The origins of the polygon lie in the middle of the eighteenth century, when king Carlo Alberto, believing the area suitable for action simulated war, decided to concentrate a large number of troops, then became a polygon for the artillery.
In 1877 was installed a battery of 280L howitzer; in 1911 a battery...
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Artillery Fire Unit In Tehran

Artillery Fire Unit In Tehran

3 artillery fire units closed to Tehran airport
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Battery Oldenburg near Calais

Battery Oldenburg near Calais

M.K.B. Oldenburg was one of the first German batteries along the Atlantic Wall. That' s probably why you find few Regelbau bunkers here. The artillery towers, Turm Ost and Turm West have a different shape and size. They were equiped with SK L/50 guns, which were originally Russian. The range of the guns was 28 kilometres.

Apart from both artillery towers there are a 621 (Gruppen...
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Fortress of Torun

Fortress of Torun

Toruń Fortress (Festung Thorn), built from 1872–1894 by the Kingdom of Prussia and located in Toruń (now Poland), is one of the largest fortresses in Central and Eastern Europe. The fortress complex – a chain of forts surrounding the city, as well as numerous smaller fortifications supplementing it – was intended to defend the eastern border of Prussia (with the Russian Empire). Despi...
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Cenizas Battery overlooking Cartagena

Cenizas Battery overlooking Cartagena

Before the necessity to defend the city of Cartagena, port and military shipyard, of attacks by sea, were constructed between centuries XVIII and principles of the XX a series of coastal artillery batteries, the majority fortified with bastions (of the Spanish school), and other casemated ones. Some of them conserve tubes of century XVIII and other enormous tubes of principles of century XX. Th...
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Martello Tower, Ferry Reach, Bermuda

Martello Tower, Ferry Reach, Bermuda

Martello towers (or simply Martellos) are small defensive forts built by the British Empire during the 19th century, from the time of the Napoleonic Wars onwards. They stand up to 40 feet (12m) high (with two floors) and typically had a garrison of one officer and 25 men. Their round structure and thick walls of solid masonry made them very resistant to cannon fire, while their height made them...
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Lord Collingwoods Monument - Tynemouth, UK

Lord Collingwoods Monument - Tynemouth, UK

This is the large monument to Admiral Lord Collingwood (1750 - 1810) who was Admiral Nelson’s second in command at the Battle of Trafalgar, Oct 21st. 1805.
Cuthbert, Admiral Lord Collingwood (1750-1810) was born in Newcastle and educated there.
He entered into the Royal Navy at the age of 11 and rose to become 2nd in command of the British fleet at the Battle of Trafalgar. His fa...
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2012 London Olympic Shooting Range

2012 London Olympic Shooting Range

Shooting competitions at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London are scheduled to be held from 28 July to 5 August at the Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich. Fifteen events are expected to be included with 390 athletes expected to take part. The events will be the same as in 2008.

The competitions were originally planned for the National Shooting Centre in Bisley, Surrey, and the t...
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Fort Foster, Kittery, Maine

Fort Foster, Kittery, Maine

The land for Fort Foster, located on the southwest tip of Gerrish Island in Kittery, Maine, was acquired by the federal government in 1872, making this fort the last of the "old" forts that were built in the Portsmouth area.

In 1899 construction was started on new concrete batteries to help protect the Naval Shipyard in the aftermath of the Spanish-American War. In 190...
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Artillery bunker R612, South France

Artillery bunker R612, South France

At Cap Des Sardinaux, east of Sainte-Maxime, there is a 612 (Schartenstand für Lande- und Sturmabwehrgeschütze ohne Nebenräume) that was part of the Südwall.
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