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TOP END HERITAGE
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Typical concrete composite comprised of beach sand, crushed porcellanite and Portland cement.
Shrapnel damage to East Point magazine.
Corrugated roofing typical of Top End architecture.
Semi-underground WWII magazine, East Point.
WW II 9.2-inch gun emplacement, East Point.
Typical prefabricated Sidney Williams Hut, used extensively during WWII, Darwin.
Original Overland Telegraph pole, Darwin CBD.
Remnant headstone, Gardens Road Cemetery.
Observation tower, East Point.
Ludmilla Salt Pan, Darwin.
1880s style corner rendering of porcellanite walls, Darwin.
Subtropical growth on Darwin's Esplanade.
Remnant wall of WWII oil storage tank, Stokes Hill.
Subterranean corridor, WWII gun emplacement, East Point.
Chinese urn containing offerings, Gardens Road Cemetery.
Original gaol cell block, Police Station and Court House, Palmerston.
Remnant 6.2-inch gun emplacement, East Point.
Sidney Williams Hut, Darwin
Site of the original Police Station and Court House, Palmerston.
Grave plot without headstone, Gardens Road Cemetery
Munitions magazine, East Point.
Early pioneer grave, Gardens Road Cemetery
Porcellanite wall, Darwin.
WWII corrugated roofing.
Ludmilla Salt Pan.
Felled tree following Cyclone Marcus, March 2018.
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