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  Reply # 1490260 11-Feb-2016 11:24
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It looks pretty old in any case





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  Reply # 1490262 11-Feb-2016 11:27
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As it's on Hamilton City Council land, why not email photo or link to the Council services section?. Their staff might provide information. Their online utilities map only seems to cover Wastewater/Water, but you could have a peak at that if you know exact location, could eliminate old drinking fountain location. 


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  Reply # 1490300 11-Feb-2016 12:35
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 Spongebob's landlocked cousins ?





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  Reply # 1490438 11-Feb-2016 14:40
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In Wellington at least, yellow and white are for water mains.





 

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  Reply # 1491152 12-Feb-2016 14:32
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Unicorn hitching posts?


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Gravitional wave sensors??


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  Reply # 1491176 12-Feb-2016 15:04
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I thought (as we're talking Waikato), they're hitching posts for the missus/sister.

 

 

 

 





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I thought (as we're talking Waikato), they're hitching posts for the missus/sister.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

don't you mean for the 3 year old wearing nothing but a Nappie?





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Funny guys But im trying to be serious here!





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  Reply # 1491552 13-Feb-2016 11:45
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Wait - a grownup will soon come in and solve it for you.


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In this forum? Not likely. ;)

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  Reply # 1491634 13-Feb-2016 17:02
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Maybe part of a post box or telephone box




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  Reply # 1491638 13-Feb-2016 17:17
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to give everyone a better look at the surroundings

 

 

 

Google Street View





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  Reply # 1491640 13-Feb-2016 17:21
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 Weren't they markers for the fire hydrant outlets in the footpath. They used to have FH and FP but unusual to see two together.


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  Reply # 1492220 14-Feb-2016 19:41
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 Weren't they markers for the fire hydrant outlets in the footpath. They used to have FH and FP but unusual to see two together.

 

 

 

 

Yep - there was once things like that but I don't think these are them. Those had the FH or FP moulded/cast into the concrete - these don't have that. Also these look taller and have some sort of conduit terminal showing.


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