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Exterior of a hillside root cellar with a stacked stone front and grass ontop.
Exterior of a stone walled, grass-covered hillside root cellar, with a chain link fence barrier over the entrance.
Exterior of a stacked stone root cellar with grass and shrub-covered earth roof.
Rectangular concrete door with stacked stone to a hill side root cellar.
Looking down through a laddered hatch entrance to the interior of a root cellar where potatoes are distributed in three wooden pounds and a white bucket.
Three large plastic containers filled with various sizes of potatoes.
A wood framed rectangular opening in the ground of a high-grass field with concrete stairs leading into a stone walled black hole.
Square potato garden in flower in a white fenced backyard.
Top view of a rectangular hole walled with stacked stone.
Grid parameters and scale lying next to pile of stone rubble in a rectangular excavation.
Stacked flat stone wall foundation built into a grass-covered hillside.
Detail of 4 iron railroad tracks used to support wooden cellar roof.
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