Royal Navy Signal Station Killylane

Royal Navy Signal Station Killylane

Located high up on the hills of Derry / Londonderry and overlooking Lough Foyle, this signal station was built during World War 2.

Its main purpose was to communicate with ships and aircraft using the westerly approach over the Atlantic to the United Kingdom.

The site was active for around 20 years before closing in the 1960s. It is now up for sale with planning permission with many of the buildings demolished.

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54, Craigbrack Road, Eglinton, Northern Ireland, BT47 3BD, United Kingdom.

Longitude / Latitude
-7.1431862, 55.020088

Additional Info:
Only administration building remains.

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