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  Reply # 1490123 11-Feb-2016 08:54
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Sorted out that huge image! ;-)




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  Reply # 1490125 11-Feb-2016 08:56
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It's two small concrete pillars, with a bit of metal stuck on them.





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  Reply # 1490132 11-Feb-2016 09:06
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Stu: Sorted out that huge image! ;-)

 

 

 

Looks small on  my screen now ??





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  Reply # 1490133 11-Feb-2016 09:08
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There is definitely a face in the left hand one....





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  Reply # 1490134 11-Feb-2016 09:08
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Stu: Sorted out that huge image! ;-)


 


Looks small on  my screen now ??



It's a thumbnail. Click it :-)




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  Reply # 1490135 11-Feb-2016 09:09
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Gas test point? Any reticulated gas in that Street?




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  Reply # 1490136 11-Feb-2016 09:09
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The yellow could be a marker for gas pipes??





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Sorry can't help you but I wish I had one outside my place.





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  Reply # 1490138 11-Feb-2016 09:11
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So it's some sort of box with a screw on cover on top of each post?
Presumably wires inside?




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It's a GCSB listening post. Actually, two of them.


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  Reply # 1490141 11-Feb-2016 09:13
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It's a GCSB listening post. Actually, two of them.

 

 

 

 

The left hand face definitely looks like a GCSB face....





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Looks to be something written on the front of the two metal boxes, under about 20 layers of yellow paint. If you can read that it might give you a clue.

 

Or continue undoing the bolts on that box on the left - someone's already got most of that top left one off - and see what's inside! That's what I'd do, but my sense of curiosity sometimes make me do stupid things...


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  Reply # 1490178 11-Feb-2016 09:51
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Old flux capacitor.

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1490180 11-Feb-2016 09:52
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Utilities are colour coded.  Yellow is usually gas.


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1.  UFB external connection point c1945?

 

2.  Concealed switch to turn on water for fire brigade?  (Yellow for fire plugs)

 

3.  Connection point for some prehistoric telephone system?


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