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Report - Swan Mine, Wiltshire - Oct 2010

Discussion in 'Mines and Quarries' started by professor frink, Nov 2, 2010.

  1. professor frink

    professor frink Reppin Bumbaclaat
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    Visited with Tommo, D86, Newage and Fluffy

    Swan Mine lies opposite the Swan Inn, which was previously the quarry managers house and is held to the hillside by great iron chains anchored into the buried workings of the quarry.

    Swan mine was producing stone as far back as 1833, it was never modernised and all the stone it produced was hauled out with wooden carts pulled by pit ponies.

    The cart tracks and hoofprints are still visable to this day.

    A lower series of tunnels can be reached through a small letterbox slide.







    7. Nice craneage.

    8. The Letterbox.

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