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Wheal Wray (photo)
Posted: 24/04/2019 18:52:52
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is it a vertical shaft?

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Wheal Wray (photo)
Posted: 24/04/2019 21:14:58
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Engine Shaft is vertical to the 54fm level below adit (10fms. IP: 86.151.93.77
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Posted: 03/05/2019 17:30:10
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Looking at the plans, Engine Shaft is the nearest thing (but not mega near) the road. But I suppose it could have been widened.

Adit is shortish and straightish. No stoping shown.

Could be worth a look.
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Posted: 04/05/2019 09:47:37
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You might even be able to get yer hands on some of those cracking calcites Devil IP: 213.205.194.215
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