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Friday, 2 August 2013

PS Waverley



During World War II, mine watchers posts were built along the banks of the Clyde from Greenock to Glasgow, many of them still remain in various states of repair.
The posts usually have the same deign, undressed brick with a concrete slab on the roof, a narrow aperture allowing a view of the river.
This particular post is at Steamboat Quay Port Glasgow.

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