WWI training trenches found in Scottish park

Published on November 12th, 2010 | by Admin

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Trenches used to train WWI recruits have been found in Kings Park in Stirling, Scotland.

About 20m (66ft) of the zig-zag trench system was opened up over three days.

The trenches have now been back-filled but could be the subject of further research in the future.

Lorna Main, archaeology officer with Stirling Council, said there were not many training trench systems recorded

She added: “It was really quite unusual to get the opportunity to explore something from that period.”

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