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Well

Well. A deep circular well, 125cm diameter, still filled with water and located at the bottom of the modern dirt track/road. …

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Trench

Zig-zag trench immediately adjacent to the main road (Second Ridge Rd) to the north of Lone Pine. This feature has been very …

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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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Dugout

Dugouts (possible). Along valley floor. Dug into the side of the hill, located at intervals

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Dugout

Dugout. Deep, linear depression, flat-bottomed with sloping sides except on the north-eastern side where there is a steeper …

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Trench

A broad, deep trench with a flat floor that is steeper and higher on the eastern side. It is covered with thick leaf litter …

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Grave

Grave. Possibly belonging to an Ottoman officer. Large stone placed at the feet end and a smaller stone at the head. Grave …

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Trench

Trench. Well-defined linear depression running east-west in side of steep slope. Blocked in places by large rocks, construction …

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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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Dugout

A large, rounded depression with a flattish floor. It is cut into the hillside with a steep vertical side to the east, and …

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