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South Gun Battery, North Head, Auckland
New Zealand
North head is a great area to spend an afternoon, lots to explore here: old fortifications, tunnels, etc... This is the South Battery, one of three installations on North Head. The gun is an 8 inch disappearing gun which was designed to disappear underground between shots. It was built in 1885.
Copyright: Jan dunlop
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8152x4076
送信日: 26/11/2011
更新日: 15/10/2014
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Tags: auckland; coast; fortification; new zealand
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