Same purpose centuries apart….

This remote headland in Northumberland was protected by the 12 century castle and then again in 1939 by its smaller brother 'The Bunker'
This remote headland in Northumberland was protected first by the 12 century castle at Dunstanburgh and then again in 1939 by its smaller brother ‘The Bunker’ both stand today as former shadows of themselves.
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