Inchkeith by Tobias Johnston


The island fortress of Inchkeith just off the coast of Edinburgh, was a key defensive position during WWII and served to prevent enemy ships from entering the Firth of Forth and threatening the major port of Leith. This is the remains of one of the accommodation blocks on the Northern shores of the island that has lain derelict since the end of the War and subjected to harsh North Sea conditions, yet still contains some fixtures and possessions from the soldiers who would once have been stationed there.