A pair of anti-tank cubes on the beach at Alnmouth Bay, Northumberland. There are hundreds in broken lines along the foreshore here. These are fairly unusual compared to the many thousands across Britain, as they have clearly been made to some local ‘style’ using corrugated shuttering instead of the more standard military flat sides. Time and tide have not been kind to the defences at Alnmouth, but the wide sandy beaches that allow rapid erosion here would also have been an excellent landing point for enemy forces during WW2. Pillboxes, AT blocks and other military defences are all over the area, in varying degrees of disrepair.
127 images taken on a smartphone in the spring of 2018, processed over 3 years later in Agisoft.