We recently made a return trip to the former torpedo test range on Loch Long. We were interested to see how it’s condition had changed since we last visited in Feb 2018.
The ruins remain pretty much the same as they were during our previous visit. The jetty appears to have had some maintenance carried out and may be used as a landing port for small passenger craft entering Loch Long.
The upturned bunker is still sitting precariously. We are not sure if this has become insecure and rolled off the raised ground or if this was rolled off its footprint during the demolition work at the site. It’s impressive to see this cast concrete structure resting at such an angle.
The area surrounding the site is very overgrown and there are traces of previous structures located all around the location.
The following video is from our latest visit…