|One of the Battery's two 6in guns.|
|The Battery viewed from the shore|
|I made a point of carefully scanning the horizon - but no enemy ships were in sight.|
The yard behind the gun emplacements is filled almost to bursting point with more 'big toys' - including a Ferret and Chieftain.
|Rapier launcher. One of the few not deployed in London during the Olympics....|
|25 Pounder - more Esci than Airfix given all that detail!|
The enormous 3.7in AA gun. People who drivel on that "it should have been used against tanks like an 88" have clearly never seen one in the flesh. It really is a big cumbersome beast (even compared to an 88).
|Late model 40mm Bofors with extra shielding for the crew.|
The 'static' version of the Bofors - clearly not intended for bouncing across fields in support of a division.
|Not enough Bofors? OK, here's another - the shipboard version.|
|A curiosity I'd never heard of - the Burney 3.7in RCL.|
|Another view of the Burney.|
|Little and Large again. One can never tire of looking at Chieftains.|
|Above and below - on loan from the Firepower museum in London was this splendid WOMBAT.|