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Photos show the Japanese gates were a different design and I found no evidence of plates.
According to the German Military Abbreviations Handbook issued 1943 by the Military Intelligence Service, "Lt." Momberg is a 2nd Lieutenant. I can find nothing on "Prolg" or their military unit name "Ovenecol 35".There's a 4' by 4' spring-head box south of the Steps to Nowhere and just east of the swimming pool (there's an orange flag placed by archaeology students).Walk south from this spring-head box to see the ground lines from the Japanese fence addition.Last week I studied and photographed the inscription with a similar method used in the past, fortunately with success.We now have a complete description of these fading lines from history.Once they begin to fail a little, masonry structures are famous for totally collapsing "with no warning." At least a fence was in place so that if this had occurred while people were around, no one would be killed!
Our recent heavy snow followed by repeated freeze-thaw cycles no doubt was the immediate killer. Andre Weltman, chairman, Friends of Pine Grove Furnace State Park The double fence erected in 1945 for the Japanese prisoner compound has been discovered southeast of the church camp swimming pool.Spent a little over an hour at Camp Michaux this afternoon prompted by an email from Andre Weltman regarding heavy equipment at the entrance to the lower service road. It is currently focused on removing trees, I assume so they can get access to the concrete structures along Toms Run.While I was there I walked the camp to examine the results of herbicide treatment over most of the area west of Michaux Road.I am fairly certain the footprint of the barracks building farthest to the northwest is now visible.Andre and I will keep you posted as work progresses on the site of the lower dam. Most of the work involves brush removal at some of the sites that have overgrown since last year.Tools needed will include loppers, trimmers, saws and chainsaws. For any of you who would like to go up on your own the following areas need attention: Probably best to leave the sad remnants where they are (two still-standing "columns" and rubble on the ground) as a case study in the loss of another little piece of our shared local heritage.