10)The coral encrusted remains of the port side eight barreled 'pom pom' anti aircraft gun, situated just forward of the main mast (aft) on HMS Exeter.
11) The forward port side (P1) twin 4" dual purpose anti-aircraft gun on HMS Exeter, seen from below, points aft at an acute angle and with a very flat trajectory.
12)The same weapon, the forward port side (P1) twin 4” dual purpose anti-aircraft gun on HMS Exeter, as seen from 'above'.
13) The coral encrusted remains of the four barreled anti aircraft gun situated just abaft the leading edge of the bridge superstructure on the port side on HMS Exeter.
14) The 'squarish' navigation bridge windows, aft port side, almost directly below the gun director atop the open bridge on HMS Exeter.
15) The 'squarish' navigation bridge windows along the port side, almost directly above the hatchway into the lower bridge deck, only slightly forward of the previous image(14) on HMS Exeter.
16)The partial remains of the 'wind deflector' apparatus that 'encircled' the forward edges of the open bridge on HMS Exeter.
17)The port side rangefinder that sits atop the open upper bridge midway forward on HMS Exeter, as seen from 'below'. Front of bridge is far right. Another identical rangefinder is visible just above the seabed on lower starboard side, but can be not seen in this image.