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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Dinorwig Slate Quarry > Dinorwig 31/03/2007 To 01/04/2007

Dinorwig 31/03/2007 To 01/04/2007

Billy no mates for the weekend, I decided to spend a few hours a day taking some snaps in Dinorwig.


51 Photos in this album

General view of Australia pit Water tank Derelict generator Machine and generator building
Incline and ruined buildings Saw table Drive for saw tables Splitting sheds and saw tables
Makers inscription Detail shot Detail shot Twin piston steam engine
Light and shadows Hearth Switchgear Air Receiver
Steam engine for belt driven machinery Rusting iron water pipes Incline winder and trolley Incline winder drum and brake
Blondin tower Point lever Collapsed blondin Old iron ladders
Buildings Stair way and hut Slate stair way Evening sun
Slate colours and patterns Shot holes View from window Fireplace
Evening sunlight Quarrymen's coats and boots Blondin trolley Blondin trolley
Iron pipe A view from the blondin tower Ruined buildings and machinery Ruined compressor
Slate stair way Rusting iron relic Tunnel to Australia Semi-blocked tunnel leading from the bottom of Australia
Tunnel leading to Australia Blast shelter Looking back towards Dali's Hole Iron wheel in tunnel wall
Chan Ruined mills
Moore Books: Specialist Books I.A. Recordings: Mining and Industrial History DVDs Starless River - Caving Store Explore a Disused Welsh Slate Mine
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