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Report - LLanddulas Quarry and Jetty,22-3-10

kevsy21

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
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The village of LLandulas lies beneath the limestone hill of Cefn-yr-Ogof (669 ft). This hill has large caves, and quarrying of limestone was formerly the main industry of the village, with crushed stone being exported from the 200 m long jetty.The jetty which is owned by Hanson Aggregates, was closed in 1993.
A lot of corrosion is evident and careful treading is required but a great explore with a lot to see with the site spreading from Abergele rd down under the A55 expressway to the jetty.
Explored with Georgie(cheers m8:thumb)
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The crushing plant where the limestone was crushed to dust.
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Inside the plant
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The ramp out of the plant to the jetty
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Highest point near the crusher plant
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Conveyor leading down the jetty
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