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    Default Map showing British HAA sites

    Saw this superb link on another site and thought it would fit in very well here.

    The map covers the whole of the British Isles and mainland and hovering the cursor over the marked sites gives their name/location. The brown marked sites also link to satellite views.
    Some of the sites have already been covered by CornwallPhil and myself.

    http://www.anti-aircraft.co.uk/HAA_gun_sites_map.html

    Mike

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    Default Re: Map showing British HAA sites

    I know the Exeter sites quite well, and I must say they are all there. If thats anything to go by then its excellent.

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    Default Re: Map showing British HAA sites

    The home site:
    www.anti-aircraft.co.uk
    looks interesting and it appears they are looking for reports on AA, radar etc sites. Some of them might have already been covered by members here. I have sent an email to the enquiry address and will keep you informed when I hear from them.

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    Default Re: Map showing British HAA sites

    There do seem omissions, nothing around Cairnryan at all. There is another at the South end of Lismore. Two near Stornoway though one is post-war. One near Campbeltown and another by Machrihanish.

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    Default Re: Map showing British HAA sites

    Quote Originally Posted by mbriscoe View Post
    There do seem omissions, nothing around Cairnryan at all. There is another at the South end of Lismore. Two near Stornoway though one is post-war. One near Campbeltown and another by Machrihanish.
    Might be worth getting in touch via the 'enquiry' email address on the home site and letting them know. It does seem to be something of a 'work in progress' and they might be glad of the advice.

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