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Report - Spring Quarry, Corsham, 2010

Discussion in 'Mines and Quarries' started by Raptor Jesus, Oct 7, 2010.

  1. Raptor Jesus

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    I had the great pleasure of visiting this place with Thompski recently. After a quick phone call one evening, 3 hours later we were traipsing around Wiltshire's green and pleasant land in the fast receding light. Major thanks go to Vdub here for directional aid, we'dve not have managed without :thumb

    First, we headed over to the murals at the far end - painted by Olga Lehmann in 1943 I believe, although feel free to correct me.

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    Faggots and chips for eatings.

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    We spent a good seven hours mooching around this place, mostly getting lost and going in circles. Because this was a spur of the moment trip, we had no maps, and little idea of what to expect. However, spring didn't disappoint. I thoroughly enjoyed this place, although we didn't get to look around certain other places next door.

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    File it under 'splored':

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    No visit would be complete without a bit of fan service :D

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    Getting out a few hours before sunrise, we headed back to the M4 for some well-needed sleep and the journey homeward. Ta for Thompski for keeping me in the loop with this one, and ta again to Vdub for phone-directing us there :thumb

    Thanks for looking,

    RJ
     

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