Here come a few pictures to give the reader an idea of the place. Please join me for a quick walk.
In the eastern half of the investigated area a creek runs from north to south. This picture shows a view across this creek in direction south-east.
Because the remains of the station are so small and because of the landscape it is very difficult to picture them. For a good picture I had to chop down all trees but one, climb the remaining one and make the picture. This picture is the best I can offer for the station’s hill near point 6.
Point 4 on the map, located at the south-eastern slope of the hill, indicates several depressions.
According to the finds these depressions originated from post World War 2 and were foxholes from US soldiers.
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