Scottish Estate Used By The Dambusters As A Secret Testing Ground On Sale For £2.8million

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The 1,041-acre Glenstriven Estate, built in 1860, was used as a testing ground for the wartime 'bouncing bomb'
Stunning estate in Argyll, western Scotland, overlooks a large loch and is a popular pheasant hunting ground
The grounds boasts an 1860 country house, sporting facilities, woodlands, coastal gardens and a private pub
It's believed that 200 inert bombs were dropped in the loch during training runs ahead of the Dambuster raid

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