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Clearwell Caves (See Old Ham) Iron Mine (United Kingdom)

Clearwell Caves is the name given to the older upper workings of a series of interconnected workings including 'Old Ham' 'New Dunn' and 'Wigpool' amongst others.These, and deeper levels of Clearwell itself can be explored by contacting the owner Ray Wright or his son Jonathan at Clearwell Caves.

The mine still works extracting ochre on a limited commercial basis to use as a colouring agent.


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Last updated November 30th 2008 by ICLOK
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Last updated November 30th 2008 by ICLOK

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Major Mining Region

Clearwell Caves Iron Mine belongs to the Forest of Dean region.

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