Eastriggs Heritage Project
Exhibitions and displays relating to the history of the massive HM Factory
Gretna built in 1915 Which streched 9 miles, from Annan to Longtown.
Photographic, video and taped material are used to tell the story of daily
life of the workers and their communities in one of the largest war factories
ever built. The exhibition "The Devil's Porridge" ( what Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
called the explosive paste made at the factory when he visited )shows how
30,000 people from all over the British Empire came to work in the factory during
World War 1. 4 miles East of Annan on the A75 or the B721 through Dornock.
10am-4pm Wednesday to Saturday, 12pm-4pm Sunday.
Eastriggs Heritage Project, St John's Church, Dunedin Road, Eastriggs