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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Dinorwig Slate Quarry > Photographs Of Dinorwig

Photographs of Dinorwig Slate Quarry

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Climbers paradise Entropy Old & New(ish) Fit for purpose
Cute chimney The humbling Garret. Pioneering Oak. Cracking view.
Nov 2010 end of the line old buildings incline
quarry Near the top Winding house Llyn Padarn
Dinorwig (Dinorwic) Dinorwic Steps Dinorwic Steps Aerial ropeway relic
Aerial ropeway relic Dinorwic Sunset Dinorwic Sunset Wagon
Ladders Pulley Pointwork details Various artifacts
Scary ladder General view Lone wagon - Egypt level C7 Incline landing - Egypt level
Building, Egypt level C6 Incline - top at Egypt level Australia level compressor house and water tank C6 Incline - top at Egypt level
C6 Incline - looking down to Australia level Sheave, top of C6 Incline C6 Incline Landing Australia Mill
Fireplace Period graffiti Shed - loco repair? Shed - wagon repair?
Slab wagon adapted for incline use? Drop off How did he get there? Odd rock formation
Drill / bore? Compressor house
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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