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  • Goldie fish
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    Fort Camden had a Brennan Torpedo launcher.

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  • kaiser
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    i heared yrs ago that one of the forts either daves or camden was the first place that the ba or bn fired a torpeado???

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Hi all i do ome voulenter work in Camden fort Crosshaven. to keep up to date check out the fort camden website www.rescuecamden.ie

    heres some photos of camden fort

    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...1729194&type=3
    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...1729194&type=3

    lots of work has been done since these photos where taken have a look at

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Fort-...3513941?ref=ts

    if any one wants to know more re fort emil or pm me and i can try and help with your questions

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  • Jetjock
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    Some interesting pics here, from the Abandoned Ireland website:

    http://www.abandonedireland.com/bf.html

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  • hptmurphy
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    Lovely pictures

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  • slapper
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    Originally posted by ZULU View Post
    Some pictures

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    more here

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/46972460@N05/
    savage pics

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  • ZULU
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    Fort Camden open for visit. The group working on the project have restored a section to great success.

    Recommend to all.

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  • Jetjock
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    EI-EAZ? The log book says 3.4 hours in 2007. I hope you got a bit of "hands on" when you put the camera down!

    Plenty of friends there. Will be getting a full break down of your flying abilities!!

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  • ZULU
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    Originally posted by Jetjock View Post
    One of Atlantic's 172's right? May have some time on it. Remember the reg? DDX? GWY?

    Great pics.

    One of my favourites: http://www.flickr.com/photos/46972460@N05/4742341282/
    ZULU as it happens!

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  • Jetjock
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    One of Atlantic's 172's right? May have some time on it. Remember the reg? DDX? GWY?

    Great pics.

    One of my favourites: http://www.flickr.com/photos/46972460@N05/4742341282/

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  • ZULU
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    http://www.fsgfort.com/Fort/27/Art4/Fort27-4.htm

    FYI

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  • ZULU
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    Some pictures















    more here

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/46972460@N05/

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  • Jetjock
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    Originally posted by hptmurphy View Post
    is it reflective of our compenstation culture?

    Is our heritage being locked away from us because of the greed endemic in society , bears some thought I think!
    Absolutely the correct analysis. To our great loss.

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  • hptmurphy
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    Having visited fortifications in Normandy recently that were in a far worse state of repair than any of our own I asked myself the question had any been preserved and why not all..answer..cost.

    The majority are all but ruins but it took only one to give a good reflection of what the rest would be like if one was properly preserved.

    Crisbecq comes to mind. It was perfect but the big problem..it is now privately owned and had been purchased by tow buisness mne and they funded the whole preservation them selves.

    Ok so we have Fort Dunree here which is preserved to some degree but is not really reflective of all the forts, Fort Charles in Kinsale is a step in the right direction but in the case of the port Forts in Cork and given the level of preservation required its not going to come from state funding any time soon.

    Now there is anothe issue that comes to light, in France no matter what the condition these areas are open to the public .Pointe Du Hoc in particular has only minimal fencing in critical areas with the rest open to the public, but here we lock the whole thing down.

    is it reflective of our compenstation culture?

    Is our heritage being locked away from us because of the greed endemic in society , bears some thought I think!

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  • ZULU
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    Military museum and interprative centre and restaurant palnned eh? Back in 1989 eh?

    I'd like to see those plans if any please!

    Cause after being up there recently, the whole thing is about to implode!
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