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Posted: 31/05/2019 16:14:26
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explored a few chalk mines in around norwich in the 70s IP: 80.233.38.9
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Posted: 31/05/2019 16:44:59
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I've never been in the Norwich mines but remember reading that they've caused quite a few problems with subsidence, due to building development siting houses above the mines. IP: 82.132.217.104
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