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The 3 Commandos made out of bronze face south toward Ben Nevis and stand as a reminder of the thousands of men and officers of The Commandos who trained in the Spean-bridge area and who died in World War II. (1939-1945). “Lest we forget”
This memorial has commandos looking out at Ben Nevis. It is set in a beautiful area. To one side is a further memorial at which family members can leave personal messages and memories of former commandos. This is a wonderful memorial.
The memorial is poignant and remarkable in its simplicity. On a clear day the views to the Ben and the Grey Corries is magnificent. The position is very well chosen. It can get busy if several bus tours stop at the same time. It is...More
Set in an impressive and contextually significant locale, this is a major feature of the area. In its simplicity and understatement it is most effective as a Memorial and tribute.
Within ready access from Fort William.
Easy off road parking.
This memorial is located on the A82 north east of Fort William and is worth a stop to reflect on the men who fought in WW2 and give thanks to them here in this beautiful, tranquil setting overlooking Ben Nevis if the weather is nice....More