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Page 200 of 202 Results 1991 - 2000 of 2011

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Tunnel

Tunnel slump pit - an oval pit, with tunnel openings at either end (i.e. the eastern and western ends). Feature 711D: Tunnel …

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Tunnel

Tunnel opening or entrance just below the highest point of Ari Burnu. The soil is a sandy silt with a pebbly and stoney layer …

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Tunnel

Could be a pit or a collapsed tunnel.

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Tunnel

Could be a pit or a collapsed tunnel.

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Tunnel

Could be a pit or a collapsed tunnel.

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Tunnel

Exposed opening. Small but deep opening with internal cavity that heads directly down into the hillside. It does not have …

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Tunnel

Tunnel entrance. Clearly defined. Depression at entrance. Steeps sharply. Surrounded by shrub. Tunnel entrance. Clearly …

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Tunnel

Tunnel entrance. Very well-defined tunnel entrance with partially clear arched opening, 175cm wide x 70cm high, set in a …

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Tunnel

Tunnel entrance. Slightly collapsed opening. Numerous tree roots evident in the cavity. Exposed in V-shaped depression. Located …

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Tunnel

Tunnel slump/entrance. Located high on hill slope in side of a cut or eroded steep face. Two exposed openings/cavities exposed …

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