Hvítanes Port at Hvalfjörður│ Iceland Landscape Photography

Documenting Iceland

by: Rafn Sig,-


On a small peninsula jutting into Hvalfjordur lies the remains of a US and British WWII naval installation.  Not much actually survives, just the twisted remains of a steel pier and a few concrete buildings, but this was a fairly sizeable installation (along with the British based in Hvammsvik), dedicated to building and maintaining the anti-U-boat nets and mines protecting the merchant and military convoys along the coast of Iceland.

Hvitanes, on the  . . Get all the info about the place at: https://www.patreon.com/RafnSig

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