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Mountbatten Sunset Plymouth
England

Just round the corner from the Mountbatten Breakwater is what I assume to be some World War 2 fortifications.

Irrespective, they are a glorious place to sit and watch the activity in Plymouth sound.

Copyright: Tom hurley
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