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Contest #85

March 17th, 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | 6 comments

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  1. I don’t know what this is exactly, but it’s located at the mouth of the Nene river, in front of a place called Gedney Drove End. This “islet” (the ruins of a lighthouse ? a redoubt ?) is located at the boundary between the Lincolnshire and Norfolk regions, on the east coast of England.

  2. Circular structure in the Wash, Lincolnshire / Norfolk, UK.
    This was built to hold a freshwater reservoir, and was part of a 1970’s feasibility study for an ambitious scheme which never happened. Nowadays, according to English Nature, “The Outer Trial Bank, an artificial island, is an important site for breeding seabirds.”


  3. Man made structure in The Wash, located at 52.842027,0.244346.
    A.k.a the ‘Trial Bank’ and intended to hold fresh water.

    See: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_perfectly_round_island_in_The_Wash

  4. The Wash, near King’s Lynn, England
    I couldn’t find any info on this circular structure. Can’t wait to find out what it is.

  5. North of Sutton Bridge, in the Wash, Eastern England, UK.
    I gave up, thanks for the hint 🙂

  6. 52 50’31.53″ N 0 14’36.09″ E

    Off Shore in the Wash, UK. But what the heck is it???

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