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Mulberry Harbour (redirected from Port Winston)
(Historical Terms) either of two prefabricated floating harbours towed across the English Channel to the French coast for the Allied invasion of Normandy in 1944
[from the code name Operation Mulberry]
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Some of the concrete sections used in the building of Port Winston
were built in the Conwy estuary and towed to their final destination at Arromanches.
Further east along the coast at Arromanches it is possible to see the remains of an artificial Mulberry harbour, Port Winston
, which protected the landings of 2,500,000 men and 500,000 vehicles during the invasion over 50 years ago.