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Maasmond North/South Poles

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Located in the Netherlands, these two helicopter platforms, then commonly known as "mushrooms", flank the entrance to the Rotterdamsche Waterweg, the commercial mouth of the Meuse at Maasvlakte. Erected in 1970, active, focal plane of 25 m (82 ft), continuous red and green light. 
Two round cylindrical concrete towers, 31 m (102 ft) high, topped by a square technical room and a helipad. 
Each tower is painted with horizontal stripes of white red (North) and white green (South), spaced 1000 m (3280 ft) apart. The northern breakwater is 2,700 m (8,858 ft) long and made up of thousands of marine concrete blocks. These structures are closed to the public.

Good flights

To be continued ...

Requires: airport-lights-replacement and EDHK Lights & Objects Developers Pack

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