South East Antrim Defenders

Spike the bulldog wears a bandsman’s uniform but carries an assault rifle. The South East Antrim Defenders flute band seems to have disintegrated after 2011. There was an almost identical board in Carrick.

Greenland Parade, Larne.

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Copyright © 2008 Peter Moloney

Ulster Volunteers

From left to right: a Union Flag, the emblem of the USSF [Ulster Special Service Force, elite units within the Ulster Volunteers], Carson and the Covenant, the gunrunning ship Clyde Valley, a red hand in a garland, crossed “1914” rifles, the memorial to the gunrunning near Chaine Memorial, soldiers going over the top, Ulster Tower, and a cross marking a grave.

Drumahoe Gardens, Larne.

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God Save Our Queen

This is a two-sided piece of road-work on Main Road, in Glynn, that can be approached from either direction. Heading north (towards Larne) you see “God save our queen” and going south (towards Magheramorne and Whitehead) “No surrender 1690” with Orange Order symbols crown, key, and ladder, and a list of Williamite battles: Derry, Enniskillen, Boyne, Aughrim.

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