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Filter beds / lime kilns (photo)
Posted: 20/10/2019 15:30:09
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...replace this line with your message...We excavated and repointed these this summer to make them safe. Certainly not lime kilns as large wooden lintles oner the entrances to the holes at the front. May be filter beds as when we excavated 2 of the bins at the rear we found layered clinker etc.
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