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Rotary auger rig operating through a cut-out in pavement. Image of rotary auger rig.
Close up of rig. Four inch diameter augers can be seen begin held up by the cable and in the upper right hand corner of the picture. CLose
Close up of auger in cobbles. Cobbles have been brought to the surface by the turning of the auger. Close up of aguer in cobbles.
Close up of augers. The auger on the right is slotted so that water samples can be taken directly from the boring. (Slots are best seen in lower right hand corner of the photograph.) Close up of slotted auger.
Drill rig and augers. Operating drill rig with augers layed out for use. Drill rig and augers.
Drill rig and set up for coring. Core barrels layed out on saw horses to the right of the rig. Drill rig and set up for coring.
Small rig augering. Augering with a small, truck mounted rig. Small rig augering.


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