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Author Calendar 2019 - Here it is!
SimonRL

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Calendar 2019 - Here it is!
Posted: 01/11/2018 17:03:44
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Here's a preview of the 2019 calendar Smile I think it's the best yet, and yes I know I always say that Wink

Once again, thank you so much to the people who have provided photographs. You know who you are, and many of you generously provide year after year Thumb Up Also thanks as always to Vanoord for the captions.

Please note: it's not ready to order yet. As soon as it is I'll post the links and set up the ordering page.

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Cover - Croesor Slate Quarry



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January - Cwmorthin Slate Quarry (Dafydd Jones)



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February - Pretoria Chert Mine (Stewart Parr)



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March - Guido Coal Mine, Poland (Edward Coghlan)



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April - Goldscope Lead & Copper Mine (Mark Hatton)



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May - Ystrad Einion Copper Mine (James Ford)



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June - Sierra de Lújar Lead Mines, Spain (Mike Hrybyk)



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July - Moel Fferna Slate Quarry (David Roberts)



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August - Long Rake Spar Mine (Paul Marvin)



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September - Lengemann Clay Mine, Germany (Michael Straßburger)



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October - Rampgill Firestone Level (Richard Beadnall)



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November - Foss Baryte Mine (Matt Haiton)



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December - Kaiser Wilhelm Shaft, Germany (Michael Straßburger)



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my orders are to sit here and watch the world go by
IP: 81.148.206.181 Edited: 01/11/2018 17:04:17 by SimonRL
Mr Mike

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Calendar 2019 - Here it is!
Posted: 01/11/2018 17:39:09
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Looks great as usual Simon.

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Paul Marvin

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Calendar 2019 - Here it is!
Posted: 04/11/2018 18:18:00
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I agree Simon the imagery and presentation is quite stunning !

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Calendar 2019 - Here it is!
Posted: 09/11/2018 20:34:11
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Cracking job, only thing is, the "other half" doesn't really approve of me going underground, and would rather I have a calender of ladies in their undergarments than a mining one.Wink

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1878 Factory Act: Quarrys are any place not being a mine in which persons work in getting slate, stone, coal or other minerals. Which begs the question: what is a mine??
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Calendar 2019 - Here it is!
Posted: 10/11/2018 06:27:12
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Great work! It looks fantastic!

Can’t wait to get my hands on one!
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