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The small hill behind Moel Ynyslas was used as a navigation mark and is shown with  flagstaff on Lewis Morris's early Admiraly chart dating to 1740. When the Ynyslas was developed as a firing range, a brick platform was built and range finder installed looking out over the offshore range. The observation post and its accompanying BCF hut can be seen in the distance at the edge of the dunes.

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