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    This one is near the pier in Southwold;

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    Found this one on t'internet, no idea where it is, but I'm sure that somebody who lives near it can identify the area from the background.

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    Barbican by the Mayflower Steps in Plymouth UK

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    The one at Broadstairs Kent is being refurbished as I complained it was missing this year

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    This one is near the H'apenny pier at Harwich, Essex.

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    At the Martello tower, St. Osyth, Essex.eastessex3.jpg

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    Although not actually a collection box, this is one of several mines around HMS Caroline in Belfast.
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    Has anyone got a decent picture or other info on the contact horns for these mines?
    Thanks, Ozzi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozziammo
    Has anyone got a decent picture or other info on the contact horns for these mines?
    The mines shown are of a variety of types, using mostly the standard british cupola (also of several variants).
    Depending on the type, the mine systems would have had acid-horns ("hertz"-horns), electrical switch-horns or no horns at all (ie influence mines).

 

 
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