Report - Late 19th Century Coal Mine 31/8/08

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Apr 8, 2007
What do you do when you find an open shaft? Chuck a Canary down and if it is still singing when it hits the bottom go and get your climbing gear!

This little belter is about 40ft down to where the workings start, the climb down was a little miserable but once out of the main shaft the old workings were dry.
The main wagon roads through the workings are in mainly excellent condition considering the age of the old girl with an abundance of original features to be seen.

A few pics before the camera gave up the ghost. A return visit in 3 weeks is planned to venture the length of all the workings.








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