Vintage Weekly: On the beach meadow at Klagshamn, Sweden

0020Vintage Weekly: The beach meadows at Klagshamn has been grazed for thousands of years. On this part of the beach there is a little tower ruin. I have heard Mary Andersson who wrote a book about Anton Nilsson, one of the Amalthea-bombers in 1908, tell that Anton Nilsson and his companions stole the dynamite for the bombing of the ship Amalthea, at the concrete factory that was located nearby. I don´t know if this little tower belonged to the factory or not as it is located on its own on the beach meadow. Nowadays there is riding school in the old factory buildings. The picture was taken with an APS-camera  in the beginning of the 21st century.

For earlier postings for Vintage Weekly have a look at my other site: From My Horizon

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