Survey equipment

Metal extension legs used to support survey equipment (e.g. theodolites). Four legs joined at top with four separate extension legs. The top portion has a bolt with ring on underside to fasten to survey equipment. Each extension leg has a D ring with metal O ring attached to use with tent type pegs to attach the legs to the ground to prevent it blowing over. All parts are contained in green canvas carry bag with reinforced end. Bag is fastened with three rows of brown wedding tape. The lower tie has a luggage label attached "HARROWFIELD K440"
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Located by Alex Pyne at Scott Base for Polar Room Collection
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