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Page 193 of 202 Results 1921 - 1930 of 2011

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Trench

Runs parallel to Second Ridge Road. Walls are steep in parts.

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Trench

Trench. At the southern end, the trench was eroded out and shallow, 170cm wide x 45cm average depth, with a sloping scarp …

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Trench

A wide, shallow, pitted and ill-defined linear depression. It is eroded and disturbed. The vegetation is low and scrubby. …

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Trench

A wide, eroded and shallow linear depression with a flat floor and steep sloping sides (V-shaped in section). There is heavy …

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Trench

Trench. Shallow, wide linear depression, lined with rhodedendrons and covered in leaf litter. The eastern scarp is better …

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Trench

Moderately well-defined trench, narrow and deep, 170cm wide at the top, 80cm wide at the base, 115cm deep. Thick vegetation …

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Trench

Trench leading down to brick structure/feature 321

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Tunnel

Tunnel slump line: A linear depression with a pitted, undulating floor. Runs approximately east-west, then curves slightly …

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Tunnel

A linear extent of tunnel slump depressions and exposures of subterranean tunnel cavities. Connects to tunnel (F824). Barbed …

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Tunnel

Tunnel opening and slump. Oval depression with higher, steep wall on northern side. Opening into a deep and wide cavity into …

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