Position 2 was built at Hide limestone quarry. The iron doors were situated behind a hill at the edge of the forest and the house structures stood close by in a clearing at the far end of the quarry, near the sea.
The objects are made of iron and rest on cast concrete foundations. The window openings of the doors consist of glass, netting and perforated metal sheeting, while the doors themselves give the impression of a secure entrance to an underground shelter. The entrance fits one adult person.
The houses are constructed of iron pipes that can be quickly dismantled for transportation. The structures have loops at the base and hinges in the door frames, indicating that a canvas might be fastened for cover. An exposed shelter, so to speak, that can be used or has been used.
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