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  1. DayzGone

    Report - Dinorwic Quarry oct 18(pic heavy)

    Located between the villages of Llanberis and Dinorwig in North Wales. It was the second largest slate quarry in Wales, indeed in the world, after the one in neighbouring Penrhyn. It covered more than 700 acres (2.8 km2) consisting of two main quarry sections with 20 galleries in each and a...
  2. BullyMong

    Report - Draycott Cross Colliery, Staffordshire, August 2018

    So here we go, something different this time A little history Construction began in 1898 on Draycott tunnel and it opened in January 1909. During its use the tunnel was prone to collapsing and attempts were made to strengthen the tunnel using steel hoops . The section of line between the...
  3. novice_strength

    Report - Cults Mine Entrance

    I don't know if I agree or agree with ripping up the fence to use as a ladder. Either way it's pretty nifty!
  4. KPUrbex

    Report - Barrington Cement Works, Barrington Cambridge, December 2017

    Established in 1918 this site replaced a former site to the west, the works provided and processed components required for making cement. In 1927 a "Light" railway was constructed to connect the site to the Cambridge region of the GreatNorthern and Great Eastern Mainline, the railway allowed for...
  5. Patrick Houghton

    Swan Mine, Wiltshire - Any old pics?

    Ive been to swan mine a handful of times now and i'm planning on doing a school projecty type thing on the significance of mining around wiltshire. Would be great if you guys had any old pictures to show how the mines changed over the years, i've had no luck with finding any old pictures online...