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Video Explore : A 19 Century English Lead Mine : Complete Inbye Explore
Posted: 25/07/2020 12:13:13
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In this video, we do a real time explore walking in-bye on the horse level of a 19th century English Lead Mine.

We will see how the miners dealt with different grades of ground as they progressed, the structure of a horse level and how it relates to the workings themselves. We will also show you some of the dangers waiting for the unsuspecting or ill prepared explorer.

Hope you enjoy (last video post this week)



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