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Question - chalk mine

Discussion in 'Mines and Quarries' started by dinkey coCk, May 18, 2015.

  1. dinkey coCk

    dinkey coCk 28DL Member
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    question about a chalk mine in harford hills norwich is it safe to enter places like this as alot of people have said about sulphar bad air in places like these any help? Thanks
     

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  2. Cuuvin

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    http://www.28dayslater.co.uk/rosary-road-chalk-mines-norwich-march-2014.t88339

    read this. be smart. live long....


    not saying every enclosed space is like this... just be aware of how you feel , smells in the air, etc..., not bad idea to head out with someone with some experience either.

    this probably should be rule #1 for underground ... "When in Doubt, Get the F*ck OUT!!!
    (actually, carrying a 4 gas meter should be up there too!)((especially when yer SOLO, eh?))
     
    #2 Cuuvin, May 18, 2015
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