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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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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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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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Tunnel

A narrow, shallow and V-shaped linear depression with an undulating floor. The vegetation is low and scrubby. This feature …

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Tunnel

Slumped tunnel line. An intermittent linear depression with a pitted and undulating floor. Quite deep, large, rounded or …

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Tunnel

Tunnel slump and tunnel cavity opening. Several shallow pits with large rhododendron trees growing with them that line up …

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Tunnel

Oval depression in scrubby vegetated area. Heavily eroded area. Could be a pit or tunnel slump. Fairly deep and well preserved. Measurements …

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Tunnel

A pit and possibly a tunnel entrance located to the side of trench F897.1. (Recorded on DGPS as a tunnel point.) Dimensions …

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