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World War II Eire neutrality sign restored to coast in Donegal (Ireland)
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Photographer Homer, also an amateur radio enthusiast and researcher, has written about the history and significance of the signs and lookout posts along the coastline.

"On the flat plain just below the Banba’s Tower at Malin Head, Ireland’s most northerly point is the word EIRE, marked in stone and painted white. ..."


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