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Amberley Chalk Pit (United Kingdom)


The pit near Amberley Station was worked for lime-burning from the 1840s to the 1960s. It is now the site of the Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre (industrial history museum for the region).

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Historic Photographs Of Amberley
Historic Photographs Of Amberley (4 photos)
Last updated February 20th 2011 by Peter Burgess
Photographs Of Amberley
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Last updated February 20th 2011 by Peter Burgess

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Major Mining Region

Amberley Chalk Pit belongs to the West Sussex region.

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