AA Battery Greenland
A World War II anti-aircraft battery was sited to the east of Dumbarton, and north of Bowling. Site number N7. Part of the Clyde AA Defences, the site was known as Greenland or Rigangower.
The battery was equipped with four emplacements (Type M), command post (Type B), magazine, and an accommodation camp to the south west, all visible in RAF aerial photographs taken in 1949.
There are no surviving remains of the battery, removed by quarrying operations in the area prior to reporting during the 1990s. The only remains reported of the site are some hut bases for the accommodation camp, in ground to the south of Greenland Farm.
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