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DURBAN - 9 February 2011 - Along Durban's Bluff coastline these watch towers were placed during World War II and manned with soldiers to guard against enemy landing and to keep an eye on suspicious behaviour. Few remain, but this one near the city's old whaling station is slowly toppling over as mother nature takes charge. Picture: Allied Picture Press/APP

DURBAN - 9 February 2011 - Along Durban's Bluff coastline these watch towers were placed during World War II and manned with soldiers to guard against enemy landing and to keep an eye on suspicious behaviour. Few remain, but this one near the city's old whaling station is slowly toppling over as mother nature takes charge. Picture: Allied Picture Press/APP

Credit: Allied Picture Press/APP
Date: 9 Feb 2014
City/Location: Durban
Country: South Africa
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