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Draycott Gypsum Mine (United Kingdom)

Entrance is completely buried, only visible remains is a shaft on top of a hill complete with metal grill.

Very little information is available, only that it was owned by the Needwood Plaster and Cement company. There was a short tramway to the brickworks and smity in Draycott village.

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