During WWI and WWII the River Clyde in Scotland was heavily defended against the possibility of enemy attack. The main targets were thought to be merchant shipping transporting cargo to and from the UK as well as military supplies. The shipyards were also considered a huge risk so there were defensive batteries on both sides of the river.
We previously published a video focusing mainly on the main batteries at Clock and Toward. In this video we concentrate on the smaller less well known buildings and structures that also played a vital role in protecting and defending the River Clyde.
You can read more about part one of this video here
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