Could this important wartime site become a new tourist attraction for visitors to the north Highlands?

In the war years, the site was regarded as strategically important to the national defence.

In the post-Brexit and Covid era, it could have a new and significant role to play in a tourism campaign.

Overlooking the Cromarty Firth at Nigg in Easter Ross, the family-run Castlecraig Farm is seeking ways to diversify with the agriculture sector facing political and market uncertainty.

Which has put the collection of abandoned and derelict buildings scattered across the clifftops on the radar.

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