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Author #5 Level Adit Moel Fferna Quarry (photo)
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#5 Level Adit Moel Fferna Quarry (photo)
Posted: 10/03/2017 16:01:52
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These old photos of Moel Fferna are just amazing...

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#5 Level Adit Moel Fferna Quarry (photo)
Posted: 11/03/2017 14:16:41
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Nice, there's some interesting information boards dotted around Model Fferna surface workings aswell. Lovely place up there need to head back and explore the level below the bridge at some point IP: 212.139.36.248
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#5 Level Adit Moel Fferna Quarry (photo)
Posted: 13/03/2017 19:17:43
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Can't wait to see the catalogue details! pdf995 is a good piece of software which costs nothing to download and use and converts text and images to pdf very well.

In passing there are also some good photographs of Moel Fferna and others in the Oakewood Press book "The Industrial Tramways of the Vale of Llangollen" by J.R.Thomas & D.W. Southern. Surface of course, being a "railway" book, but very interesting, never the less. (Usual disclaimer - nothing to do with me at all!)

Keep it coming!

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