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Video explore : A Short Brownley Hill Adventure : False Floors?
Posted: 31/10/2019 17:41:38
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In this one, we have a short adventure, looking for some workings that we spotted prior in Brownley Hill. Looks like we found some false floors into the bargain.

Brownley Hill, in the village of Nenthead in the pennines, was worked from the early 1700s to the late 1960s by various companies for lead and zinc.


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