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Box Freestone Quarry (Box Freestone) Limestone Mine (United Kingdom)


Box is not one quarry, it is a series of several quarries that eventually all joined up. Some of the area's inside Box are still known by their original names. Cliftworks, Spring, Tunnel, copenacre, Jacks, Cathedral, Sands, Groundstone, Browns and Hudswell. Many of the eastern quarry's were taken over by the MOD and converted into ammunition storage and wartime government seats. Today, only the western parts of Box are officially accessible.

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Photographs Of Box (167 photos)
Last updated August 10th by arnie187
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Historic Photographs Of Box (2 photos)
Last updated October 4th 2007 by Clunk

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Major Mining Region

Box Freestone Quarry Limestone Mine belongs to the the Bath-stone mines etc. region.

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