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Report - Underground in a Midlands Coal Mine - 21.09.08



turkey

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This place isnt exactly secret, but if you know its name, please keep it to yourselves as its a real gem and it could be easily sealed up.

Met up with Morrisey and a few of his mates (Top Day guys!!), Was good to meet up with a few like minded wierdo's...haha.

Anywho, without further a do...the pictures...(edited in a different way than usual, thoughts?)

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turk ;)
 

Morrisey

28DL Regular User
Regular User
#2
Re: Underground in a Midlands Coal Mine - 21.09.08 - Report

Met up with Morrisey and a few of his mates (Top Day guys!!), Was good to meet up with a few like minded wierdo's...haha.
turk ;)

You must have thought WTF!!! when you met us! :thumb

A couple from me.........
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martianboy

28DL Member
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must be a drift mine as deep pits are not accsesible, gas quite rare in drifts..
Just came across this.

Beware if you attempt this in South Wales. Many drifts go in a considerable distance, if not gas, a lack of oxygen can be a problem. Ffynnon Duon no3 was a drift mine, well known for Black Damp very near the surface. This particular mine has been sealed.
 

elhomer12

Maglite size T-rex, It's time for urbex!
Regular User
#13
Each to their own, but I would say why comment if you don't like something? If you don't like mines then why even click on a thread clearly about a mine?

Personally I know what bores me and I don't even bother looking at reports or whatever about that