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Evening peeps,have I found an undiscovered Neanderthal dwelling不不anyone seen similar,cheers.
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My that cattle feeder has been moved about some! :lol:
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Cattle feeder i think? Can't you point me in right direction of good lidar programme?
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Is that a lidar of the moon?!
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Goodness me CD, i thought you would have recognised the Telly Tubbys land when you saw it :lol:
Bit of a compact village of roundhouses though :thumbsup:
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Any idea on the internal diameters of the circles ?
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Reminds me of Grimes Graves where flint was mined, is it a flinty area? eyes on would would tell a lot regarding size and if visible from ground level, or is it a more recent phenomenon

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Steve_JT wrote: Fri Sep 10, 2021 2:59 pm Reminds me of Grimes Graves where flint was mined, is it a flinty area? eyes on would would tell a lot regarding size and if visible from ground level, or is it a more recent phenomenon

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That's exactly what I was thinking! I am sure it will turn out to be more mundane, but sometimes you have to be a a little bit wistful!
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pmm212 wrote: Thu Sep 09, 2021 10:04 pm Cattle feeder i think? Can't you point me in right direction of good lidar programme?
I use national library of Scotland side by side maps mate.
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Blackadder43 wrote: Thu Sep 09, 2021 10:49 pm Goodness me CD, i thought you would have recognised the Telly Tubbys land when you saw it :lol:
Bit of a compact village of roundhouses though :thumbsup:
不I'll ask lala what's going on when I see him. So could be round houses
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Dave The Slave wrote: Fri Sep 10, 2021 1:55 pm Any idea on the internal diameters of the circles ?
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They are about 4 mm on my laptop and 2 mm on my phone Dave 不不. No I haven't seen them in the flesh mate yet.
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Steve_JT wrote: Fri Sep 10, 2021 2:59 pm Reminds me of Grimes Graves where flint was mined, is it a flinty area? eyes on would would tell a lot regarding size and if visible from ground level, or is it a more recent phenomenon

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Not sure about the history round there steve. I'm working near there but will get on the farmer when I see him.
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