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Air Raid Shelter(S) (Second World War), Military Installation (Second World War)

Site Name Lerwick

Classification Air Raid Shelter(S) (Second World War), Military Installation (Second World War)

Alternative Name(s) Staney Hill Road; Clickhimin Loch

Canmore ID 115444

Site Number HU44SE 87

NGR HU 4635 4152

Datum OSGB36 - NGR


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Administrative Areas

  • Council Shetland Islands
  • Parish Lerwick
  • Former Region Shetland Islands Area
  • Former District Shetland
  • Former County Shetland

Archaeology Notes

HU44SE 87 HU 4635 4152

A concrete bunker is situated on the S bank of the Staney Hill Road c. 25m N of Clickhimin Loch.

J Guy 1995; NMRS Ms 810/4, 155-6.

Three concrete 'air-raid shelters' are situated on Stany Hill Road. The huts are semi circular in section and constructed from corrugated iron overlain with concrete and then roofed with reinforced concrete. Each shelter has three compartments. The shelters would have been used by men using the nearby firing range.

A Purdy and F Miller, Shetland Amenity Trust 1996 (information from DoB recording form)


Ground Survey (January 2014 - November 2014)

HU 46501 41459 A phased programme of walkover survey, instrument survey, trial trenching and excavation was undertaken, January – November 2014, in advance of a proposed development. The site is located on Staney Hill, in the vicinity of Clickhimin Broch. A total of 20 sites were

located and these included several prehistoric houses and cairns, structures of medieval/post-medieval date and wartime remains. A representative sample of these features was trial trenched to confirm their identification and more extensive excavation was conducted on key sites.

Archive: RCAHMS

Funder: Shetland Islands Council

Hazel Moore and Graeme Wilson - EASE Archaeology

(Source: DES)


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