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Page 198 of 202 Results 1971 - 1980 of 2011

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Tunnel

Tunnel entrance and collapse. Well-defined, deep depression with clear tunnel opening at one end. Deeper at the south-west …

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Tunnel

Tunnel, low and shallow, perhaps designed to facilitate the digging of trenches. L. 428 cm, w. 215 cm, depth varies 76/97/103. …

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Tunnel

Tunnel entrance. Entrance exposed at edge of hillside due to erosion and collapse. Tunnel mouth is 28cm wide x 11cm high, …

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Tunnel

Entrance to a tunnel that has been reinforced in recent times with modern logs. The entrance has been blocked with a metal …

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Tunnel

Tunnel, collapsed entrance. Well-defined tunnel opening, 230cm wide x 27cm deep, with 170cm penetration into the opening. …

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Tunnel

Tunnel entrance shored up with wooden beams and blocked in recent times. A metal grill has been added to prevent entry. Although …

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Tunnel

Tunnel, collapsed entrance. Not well-defined, with a narrow tunnel opening, 21cm wide x 6cm high. A well-defined scarp on …

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Tunnel

Tunnel, collapsed entrance. Fairly well-defined, tunnel opening with mouth 47cm wide x 27 cm high, and able to be penetrated …

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Tunnel

Tunnel exposure. Tunnel opening visible at the northern end of a linear depression. The opening is set in a vertical scarp …

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Tunnel

Could be a pit or a collapsed tunnel.

Page 198 of 202 Results 1971 - 1980 of 2011

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