Fortunately, before climbing down the observation post I took the precaution to peer over the edge at the doorway.
I returned to my observation post and once more the guns were hard at it.
He had been seen at an observation post, and was making enquiries which aroused suspicions.
This monument (photo, p. 62) was in reality a German observation post.
A spiral stone staircase led up to an observation post at the top of one of the towers.
That would be from the General's observation post, where he, too, must have lost the signal.
Now I'm off to have another look round my show and then on to the observation post.
He hurried to an observation post round a bend in the lines.
This was a high peak, its name describes its shape, which was held by day with an observation post, but was unoccupied by night.
The Nipe waited a few minutes longer before he left his observation post.
a place from which something may be watched, esp. for forest fires or enemy movement