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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Darenth Chalk Mine

Darenth Chalk Mine (United Kingdom)


No.1 (TQ583723) - open denehole (shaft 14 metres) with double trefoil chambers

No.2 (TQ582724) - open denehole but chambers blocked with rubbish

No.3 (TQ578725) open denehole with double trefoil chambers. One of the chambers has collapsed allowing walking access down the slope.

No.4 (TQ572714) - filled denehole

No.5 (TQ571730) - filled chalkwell

References
“Deneholes”, Chelsea Speleological Society page 19-21 +31

"Deneholes Part 2", Chelsea Speleological Society, page 48

"Kent & East Sussex Underground", Kent Underground Research Group

"Deneholes Part 2", Chelsea Speleological Society, page 48

Photos of Darenth Chalk Mine

Historic Photographs Of Darenth Wood Denehole
Historic Photographs Of Darenth Wood Denehole (0 photos)
Last updated July 6th 2008 by legacyuser
Photographs Of Darenth Wood Denehole
Photographs Of Darenth Wood Denehole (0 photos)
Last updated July 6th 2008 by legacyuser

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Major Mining Region

Darenth Chalk Mine belongs to the Kent region.

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