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A drilled hole, also called a drill hole is a hole drilled in bedrock or a large boulder. Some drill holes are used as ["reference mark"]s or witness marks, while others are used as the station mark. Drill holes used as a ["station"] mark usually have metal in them, such as a brass or copper bolt, or are filled with lead. Drill holes can be in various diameters from about a half inch to two inches. A drilled hole, also called a drill hole is a hole drilled in bedrock or a large boulder. Some drill holes are used as [[reference mark]]s or witness marks, while others are used as the station mark. Drill holes used as a [[station]] mark usually have metal in them, such as a brass or copper bolt, or are filled with lead. Drill holes can be in various diameters from about a half inch to two inches.

A drilled hole, also called a drill hole is a hole drilled in bedrock or a large boulder. Some drill holes are used as reference marks or witness marks, while others are used as the station mark. Drill holes used as a station mark usually have metal in them, such as a brass or copper bolt, or are filled with lead. Drill holes can be in various diameters from about a half inch to two inches.

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