Our friend, Mark, from across the “big pond” sent in this week’s Wallpaper Wednesday photo of his 9:Zero:7 that he shot while out exploring at a place called ‘Spurn Point’ in East Yorkshire. He says, “the structure in the background is a World War 1 Coastal Defence Artillery Battery which once housed a 9.2-inch gun to keep the enemy at bay, it was finally demilitarised in 1959. From here is it 3 miles down the beach to the tip of the spit, which can get cut off at high tide, on the way there are a few other clues that there once was a heavy military presence here.”
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