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Report - Wath New Quarry, North Yorkshire Feb 2014

Discussion in 'Mines and Quarries' started by Carter, Feb 2, 2014.

  1. Carter

    Carter 28DL Full Member
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    Wath New Quarry - North Yorkshire Feb 14


    Some History

    There are two quarries near to the village of Hovingham Spa, North Yorkshire. Wath old quarry has been disused for many years, and some records suggest that the newer quarry opened up in the 1970's. It produced limestone, and in particular dressed, lump and crushed stone, plus agricultural lime. Here is a report from Zero81's report about Wath Old quarry here):


    3. Following a review by current owners Lafarge, in August 2013 production stopped at the Limestone quarry, it currently lies mothballed, but there are some interesting little bits to see, and lots of hares, I mean, lots!


    Still quite a lot of machinery left:

    Digger claw:

    left, right, up/down, training complete.....simples:

    I always thought that there was a c*nt in Scunthorpe, now I know:

    paddling pool:

    its 'thataway:

    whats that coming over the hill:

    Zulu dawn

    #1 Carter, Feb 2, 2014
    Last edited: Feb 2, 2014

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