Dunany Point The vanished ruin of the lookout post no.2 is located northward of the Dunany Bay beach. Today the building is collapsed and threat to the fall in the sea. Close the post an Eire sign can be found in the ground that was a helpful for navigations of the allied aircrafts during the ww2. The post in function was phone connected to the other posts. From here over seventeen coast watcher, mostly local people, observed in three shifts the Dundalk Bay and registered all military activities in logbooks. These logbooks can be seen today on the Irish Defence Forces web page militaryarchives.ie.