|Lawson's bunker today|
|The layout at Brigade HQ and 'D' Coy shelters|
|The photo of the passageway shows a cave-in caused by the roots of a tree being undermined|
|Here you can see the exposed roots|
|The tree leaning over the site.|
This next photograph shows the two surviving rear bunkers - the third is buried where you can see the sheet of corrugated iron.
|The roof of the missing bunker|
|Ventilation shaft for the missing /buried bunker|
|Two rear bunkers protected by the blast wall|
|The drainage channel disecting the passageway.|
|The open shelter closest to WNC Road|
|The passageway leading past the open shelter to WNC Gap Road seen in the background|
|Information board at West Brigade HQ ruins|
Below is a photo taken from "The Ruins of War" by Tim Ko and Jason Wordie (1996) which shows the same set of shelters with their doors and shutters removed and the apertures bricked up to prevent illegal occupation.
|How it would have all looked in December 1941|