The regiment was raised by the redesignation of the 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment of Foot in April 1758, ranked as the 68th Regiment of Foot; it was considered the successor to a previous 68th Foot raised in 1745 and disbanded the following year by John Russell, 4th Duke of Bedford.
In 1782, the regiment took a county title as the 68th (Durham) Regiment of Foot, and in 1808 it was designated as light infantry.
Extendable Boom Light Mast affords flexible jobsite illumination.(Magnalight Produces 25 Foot Light Mast Extendable Boom for Light Towers)
Dec 17, 2010; Comprising of 15 and 10 ft sections, Magnalight LM-25 consists of steel, 2-piece light mast that telescopes from 15-25 ft. Each...
Osprey nesting pole is gone for good; Officials decided not to replace the 110-foot light pole in Edina where the birds were widely viewed.(NEWS)
Apr 06, 2011; Byline: LAURIE BLAKE; STAFF WRITER If the popular pair of osprey that nested in Edina above Crosstown Hwy. 62 return this spring,...