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Report - Hawks Pount Copper Mine

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by dweeb, Sep 1, 2008.

  1. dweeb

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    Epic copper mine just off the beach. The colour of the copper running through the walls blew me away, it is not normal to see bright blue stuff dripping down the walls!!

    The mine comprised of one long tunnel with a large air shaft in the middle of it. This was very long way up, and sloped down to the main tunnel. You could climb half way up this, despite it being very wet and slippy. Raddog was at the top and he dropped his tripod, which slid down the slope at speed and fell in a tiny tiny hole filled with water... million to one chance. The hole was epicly deep with no way of seeing the tripod again!! Mother nature must have sucked it down, thats my explination lol!!

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