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Author Tony Richardson & Brewery Shaft photo
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Tony Richardson & Brewery Shaft photo
Posted: 11/09/2017 13:55:27
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Hi all, I am posting this on behalf of the Nenthead Mines Conservation Society Archivist.
We have a photocopy of a photo of Brewery Shaft taken by Tony before the ladders and stagings collapsed. The photocopy is not very good. The original Photo dates we think from the 1960's. Is Tony still around or does anyone know where his photos are?
If anyone else has a photo of the ladders and stagings in situ, we would very much like to see it.
Cheers
Allan
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Posted: 11/09/2017 17:00:56
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Or even any photos of the original tower intact would also be great IP: 86.163.9.168
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