WW2 bombs blown up on Moray beach
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WW2 devices blown up on Moray beach

Five pieces of ordnance have been blown up on a Moray beach, once thought to have been used to train soldiers for D-Day landings.

Nairn Coastguard found the barnacle-encrusted devices on Sunday, below high-water mark on Duck Island.

A Navy bomb disposal team carried out a controlled explosion on Monday.

Military personnel were based in Fort George during World War Two.