An aerial view of Stony Batter, which shows all three gun-pits.
An aerial view that shows two gun-pits.
It looks in the same direction as a shot of the Top Camp on the camps page.
The unassuming main entrance to the underground complex.
The doors have been painted red, as they were originally. When the fort was operational that meant explosives were stored within. No explosives of any sort are stored there now.
Bunker Number One, one of three bunkers for the crews that manned the complex.
Some of the stones that litter the slopes of Stony Batter, and which gave it its name.
Over seven million years ago a nearby volcano erupted. The boulders at Stony Batter are the weathered remnants of its once extensive lava-flows.