VINTAGE GEELONG WWII AIR RAID SHELTER 'DANGER' LIGHT
It's WWII. Geelong is under imminent threat. Bombers are high in the sky, their targets set on the great metropolis.
Geelong City Council will do anything to protect their ratepayers. The Town Hall, that monument to municipal civility, has cavernous underground spaces, imperfect for the protection of the citizenry. What to do when the threat turns toward reality...
TURN ON THE DANGER SIGNAL!
Yes, this electric signal has been salvaged from the basement of the Geelong Town Hall when it was used as air raid shelter during WWII.
77 x 77 x 85cm tall
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