Location is approximate and more or less fit the markers stated in this map. A photo of it, taken atop the eastern site on the northern slopes could be viewed here. The site is actually visible in Google Earth.
Here is the view of the gun site with the radar station in the background. This one has a much higher retaining wall on the left side of the picture, which could limit the firing angle of the AA gun and make it only effective against targets flying over the mountain top.
I believe Shenzhen is muc brighter than at night these days. On the contrary the boundary on HK side had not been much developed. I suspect the dark zone is now mostly on our side, except for a few sections along where train and road traffic are crossing the line.
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