2.1.8 Race Courses
220.127.116.11 Example 1
|Location of Example:
|| 151°54'58" East, 27°55'30" South
- Race Courses generally have a distinctive circular signature as well as associated infrastructure; Buildings and Yards.
- Race Courses normally have an associated smaller internal or adjacent track for horse training purposes.
- The Orthophotography shows how the Race Course track has been irrigated causing a contrast in relation to the surrounding dry ground.
- Race Courses are typically found on the outer edge of Built Up Areas.
|Figure: 18.104.22.168 Representation of a Race Course in association with surrounding features.
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