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4. WEST CENTRAL
AND THE SOUTH WEST

The most significant military facility on the Western side of Scotland is undoubtedly the Nuclear Submarine base at Faslane on the Clyde. As a result, it has been the focus for anti-nuclear and anti-war protests for decades. However, in addition to this are a number of places of interest that have contributed to making Scotland a military fortress. This includes a number of weapons production and testing sites, as well as a few important NATO facilities.

59. Beith Ayrshire

60. Bishopton, Renfrewshire

61. Blarbuie, Mull of Kintyre

62. Brodick Bay, Arran

63. Browncarrick Hill, Girvan, Ayrshire

64. Campbeltown Loch, Kintyre

65. Chapelcross, Annan Dumfriesshire

66. Coulport, Loch Long

67. Dechmont Hill, Glasgow

68. Douglas Pier, Loch Goil

69. Dundrennan, Kircudbright

70. East Kilbride, Lanarkshire

71. Easriggs, Dumfries and Galloway

72. Eskdalemuir

73. Fairlie, Ayrshire

74. Faslane, Gare Loch

75. Garelochhead, Argyll

76. Glen Douglas, Loch Long

77. Glenmallan, Loch Long

78. Holy Loch

79. Kirk O’Shotts, Lanarkshire

80. Loch Striven, Argyll

81. Lowther Hill, Dumfriesshire

82. RAF Machrihanish

83. Rosneath, Gare Loch

84. Rothesay, Isle of Bute

85. Prestwick. Ayshire

86. Skipness, Loch Fyne

87. St. Catherines, Loch Fyne

88. West Freugh, Wigtownshire

89. Yorkhill Quay, Glasgow

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