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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Ding Dong Iron Mine

Ding Dong (B45) Iron Mine (United Kingdom)


A rarely visited shaft hidden in a field off the Lindal to Marton Road. It consists of a 90' deep vertical shaft, initially through a steel pipe installed about 20 years go. There is a removable gate on the top and a convenient tree for SRT access. Underground is a fascinating glimpse into the life of a Furness Iron Miner - a complex maze of workings with the bonus of (if the water table is low enough) of accessing some extensive workings heading towards the main pit in the area (B30). No-one's ever got there yet though.

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Last updated October 23rd 2010 by Vanoord
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Last updated April 3rd 2008 by Monty Stubble

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Major Mining Region

Ding Dong Iron Mine belongs to the Furness Peninsula region.

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