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Report - Royal Naval Torpedo Range, Arrochar, July 11

Discussion in 'Military Sites' started by jarvisr, Jul 16, 2011.

  1. jarvisr

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    The Loch Long Torpedo Range operated on the loch from 1912 to 1986. The abandoned Admiralty buildings, pier, and slipway remained on the west shore of the loch, opposite the village of Arrochar, until 2007, when demolition of the site began, and it was also subject to destruction by fire. Originally an Admiralty facility, the range became the Royal Naval Torpedo Testing Station and Range, later referred to as both the Loch Long Torpedo Range, and the Arrochar Torpedo Range.

    I live around the Loch Long area and I'd seen some photographs and a video from Abandoned Scotland so I decided to check the place out myself. Got some footage for a little video and took some pictures, must remember to bring a wide angle lense with me next time.

    http://www.vimeo.com/26302094

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