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    Not very common admittedly but any ideas?

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    Look like trees around outside and a round pit, the other odd shape like a 'blob', is what? I am going to say an amphitheatre
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    Question is, does the centre go up or down? Looks to me like some form of very heavy, ie railgun or coastal artillery emplacement.
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    Default Re: No. 194

    Lewis bomb?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Farrant View Post
    Look like trees around outside and a round pit, the other odd shape like a 'blob', is what? I am going to say an amphitheatre
    Richard you are right about the first part, but is smaller than an amphitheatre.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony B View Post
    Long nosed monk?
    Ah from above? Not a man Tony.
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    Default Re: No. 194

    A gun or mortar emplacement, perhaps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony B View Post
    Question is, does the centre go up or down? Looks to me like some form of very heavy, ie railgun or coastal artillery emplacement.
    Centre stays put Tony.
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    Is aircraft dispersal to obvious?
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