Inspired by a Twatter exchange. We have tons of threads on WW2 connected sites in the UK; unusual memorials, training areas, traces, relics, sites of interest etc., but it might be nice to build a more accessible and permanent list. Perhaps eventually something that could be turned into a more useful single-shot pdf, spreadsheet, map or similar for the download system. Something to use on a phone while out and about. Short and sweet entries. We've used Google earth files before to good effect, but maybe links to Google Maps might be more useful. Eg. The Radar Memorial. Where Watt & Watkins first demonstrated detecting aircraft by radar: Northants. Birth of RADAR Memorial Towcester NN12 8HR Map: https://www.google.co.uk/maps/place...6f2d37!8m2!3d52.1959664!4d-1.0501223?hl=en-GB Sections of Mulberry Harbour. Viewpoints for left-behind caissons etc. Portland. Castle car park, sections viewable from adjacent beach: Portland DT5 1AZ Map: https://www.google.co.uk/maps/place...6d508d72a53ae94!8m2!3d50.5681012!4d-2.4470605 Portsmouth: Etc. Appreciate the potential doubling up on other projects such as the DDay Museum's excellent lists, but might be a fun and actually useful thing that modern phones allow updates to on-the-spot. Giving a bit more exposure to any WW2 places people come across. Any more for any more?