Husöen, Island Tarva.
WB Norwegen, Art.Gr. Örlandet, Mammut radar.
On the north-west part of the island is a nice radar bunker located, the whole area around it is scattered with lots of bunkers.
The Mammut radar bunker, a L485 is open and has some nice parts inside, the entrance looks horrible but further inside, in the main rooms are some nice original parts left. Note the original steel covering plate on one of the shafts. Around the bunker lays several MG positions and a mortar position for close-by defence.
West of the Mammut lays a small bunch of bunkers; a small observation bunker for air defence, a nice emplacement for a 2cm Flak and a FuMo 214 Wurzburg radar emplacement.
East of the Mammut, along the road towards the main road of the island, lay more then 20 bunkers/buildings; barrack foundations, Flak emplacements, Vf personnel bunkers, garages, trenches, MG positions and a infirmary bunker. Note the beautiful FuMo 214 Wurzburg radar on top of the hill; it still has a steel part of its actual radar.
On a garage is a date written, it says 1943 but we have also found the date 1944 inside several other bunkers and even a date 1942. A highlight was a beautiful trench system that was connected to a tobruk and other field positions; the trenches were in perfect condition, beautiful camouflaged in the rocks and with a nice pattern.
When you have reached the main road there is an original German Harbour at the other end of the road with a Vf personnel bunker next to it.
1x L485 Bunker for "Mammut" radar.
2x Socle for FuMo 214 radar.
3x Vf personnel.
1x Air-raid shelter, 'Luftschutz bunker'.
1x Infirmary bunker.
1x German harbour.
3x Flak 2cm emplacement.
1x Flak 4cm emplacement.
1x Vf observation bunker, for air defence.
5x MG post.
>6x Barrack foundations.
1x Trenches with MG positions.
1x Mortar position with crew bunker.
1x Water storage.
1x Pump building
1x Unknown bunker.