a. near the fork to Lambaina village.
b. E side of the main N-S highway in this area
c. about 1 km. E-SE of Lambaina
d. Tile factory
Let's take another look at the general area:
What's interesting about this narrative is a) no one seems to have visited it since the 1980's, b) When the changeover to wood products was carried out the debris from tile making seems to have been dumped into the quarry, c) the owner's son seems to have heard that the consensus of the archaeologists was that it was a habitation or, perhaps, a place of tile or vase manufacture and d) the archaeologists were later interested in a mound found further E (Tourkokivouro, C132). 
First a Google map that shows how photos 1 and 3 were taken:
|Some of the debris and plant-life found in the quarry.|
In this last picture we're facing N. The red lines indicate the angular scope of the panorama. Certain things visible in the pano such as the telephone pole and the pine trees are indicated on the diagram.
So that's it then, quarry found again thanks to a valuable correspondent!
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1. Messenia II:"77B Tourkokivouro (Lambaina)", 235.
2. Messenia III:"77B. Tourkokivouro", 157.
3. Simpson :"F 120 Lambaina Quarry", 129.
4. Tourkokivouro described in Simpson 129, 'F 120 Lambaina Quarry'.