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Report - swan mine july 2010

Discussion in 'Mines and Quarries' started by tommo, Aug 24, 2010.

  1. tommo

    tommo shire lad born & breeding
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    Sep 12, 2008
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    i have been here many time and have done a report almost a year ago, so i wouldnt normally repost.......... but hopefully it will encourage some of the others to pop some of there pics up from the day

    we all meet up at 9.00 am at the quarrymans for a good old english breakfast, with a good chat and some introductions made we headed of to browns for fluffys and newage first trip in there, i didnt take any more pics of the place so hopefully one of the others will pop some of theres up

    then we headed over to swan pub for a nice drink before heading in to swan for a couple of hours,

    but here are a couple of my pics from the day, there is a group shot, but as swan is very well known i dont think there will be an issue and every one gave permission by being in it

    group shot
    tommo, newage,fluffy, urbanjunky, tom, pirate, evilgenius, bonecollector, stephanie


    looking back towards the big falls near the entrance


    looking further into the mine


    cart tracks leading off in to different directions


    deep cart tracks on the bend


    nicely back lit passage


    drinking trough


    calcified sections of stone


    one of the cranes, in great condition




    the hook


    ghostly hook and man


    a nice carbide back lit crane to finish of with


    cheers all for looking :)
    #1 tommo, Aug 24, 2010
    Last edited: Aug 25, 2010

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