When I had the forestry business, we spent a couple of weeks drinking out of High Beck, below Pillar in the Ennerdale valley.
We bench felled the first strip then moved uphill.
Across to the beck about 30 yds higher up for a drink & there it is - herdwick flavouring.
Of course, If you like. My faithful old buddy Zak passed on a few years ago. I miss him a lot. The photo was taken at Silver Sands, Morar, NW Scotland. I was camping with my girl friend, now wife. Means a lot to me. Or have I spoilt it for you!
I just looked up the link posted by @Ruckerwocman, and it took me to another link with the German and Dutch sites. Turns out there was a battery in Grefrath, which was not too far from Krefeld where I was posted for a bit. I knew there was a NATO unit there, used the PX a couple of times, but never knew it was a missile battery HQ. NIKE would have been well out of service when I was in, so I assume it either had a different missile, or possibly a different role entirely. Makes me wonder why they would put an AD missile battery several hundred KM from both the coast and the IGB. If the Russians had got to Grefrath, it's pretty much all over anyway. It's in Germany, but only a few KM from the Dutch border.
There were several AD missile belts in Europe during the Cold War to provide defense in depth. There was SHORAD close to the IGB and longer range weapons (Nike, Hawk and Patriot) further back to protect airfields, ports and supply routes.