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Brockham Chalk Pit (United Kingdom)

Smaller than its neighbour Betchworth Pit, Brockham ceased lime-burning operations in the 1930s. The pits are now a managed nature reserve owned by Surrey County Council. The row of preserved kilns are a scheduled monument. A hearthstone mine was worked directly beneath the limeworks yard.

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Last updated September 13th 2013 by davidhop
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Last updated February 20th 2011 by Peter Burgess

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Brockham Chalk Pit belongs to the Surrey region.

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