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Page 201 of 202 Results 2001 - 2010 of 2011

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Tunnel

Exposed sub-surface cavity in near-vertical side of trench (F811). The opening angles down sharply to the south-south-west …

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Tunnel

Possible collapsed tunnel. Could also be a pit. Densely vegetated - scrub.

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Tunnel

Pit-like depression. Possible collapsed tunnel. Open. View of pit/collapsed tunnel to south.

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Tunnel

Small opening into a sub-surface cavity in the south wall of trench (F811). Exposed area of tunnel slump. Silty clay (pale …

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Tunnel

Slumped tunnel. An oval pit that becomes a linear depression as it progresses NW towards the fire-break road. This is a short …

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Tunnel

Tunnel exposure in tunnel slump depression. One of two exposed tunnel openings in a large rounded depression formed by the …

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Tunnel

Tunnel exposure. The northern tunnel opening of two exposed openings in a large rounded tunnel slump depression. A good cross-sectional …

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Tunnel

Tunnel cavity exposure. Located to the east side of long trench F820 was an exposed cavity with a curved ceiling, shallow …

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Tunnel

Tunnel slump and cavity. A large elongated pit/depression with a small opening into the side/base in the north-west wall …

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Water Tank

Steel water tank. Large rectangular water tank made from four sheets of 0.5cm thick steel plates riveted together, with curved …

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