Hello folks. Just wanted to share a few photos from a trip I took to the west coast of Jutland in Denmark. It never ceases to amaze me how well built these structures are, still standing after all these years. The photos are taken at a small town called Løkken which had lots of difficulties during the war. After the food rationing kicked in, the town was relying on what the fishermen brought in. But after the atlantic wall was built and the beach was heavily mined and shut down for the public, it didn't make conditions any less difficult for the citizens in Løkken. A small comfort for the people living there was when the germans left when the war ended, and they were allowed to use the metal from the cannons in the bunkers and bring the furnitures etc. from the bunkers back to their homes.