The plaque with Chinese characters doesn't seem to belong to the ruin. <Read more ...>
Interior view <Read more ...>
It's found lying at the bottom of the steps leading to LL14.
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It seems that some of those PBs on HK island share the same numbers, whereas those on the mainland don't have their numbers repeated.
Are those numbers given to the PBs by the relevant government offices, or are they named in some other way? <Read more ...>
With one chimney, not sure if there's still any entrance available, there's a recent gate blocking the uncovered walkway beside it.
It's a bit weird to find a rusted bunk bed inside.
Some of my friends and I would also like to know how these pillboxes got their code numbers, was that according to the order they were built?
Are there any pillboxes sharing the same code number? <Read more ...>
A large chunk of concrete which used to be part of PB 205, resting nearby the site. <Read more ...>
What appears to be the access trench of PB 205 buried in the undergrowth. <Read more ...>
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