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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Frindsbury Chalk Mine

Frindsbury Chalk Mine (United Kingdom)

Nos.1-2 (TQ740703 & TQ742702) - 2 filled shafts into pillar & stall workings under brickfield producing the 20% chalk in the mix for stock bricks. Now built over.

Nos.3-4 (TQ739704) - 2 filled deneholes

No.5 (TQ738697) - levels into a chalk quarry face. Access no longer possible

No.6 (TQ739699) - levels in H-shape driven in chalk quarry face. Access no longer possible

No.7 (TQ738705) - filled chalkwell

No.8 (TQ739707) - filled chalkwell

No.9 (TQ741700) - filled chalkwell

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

"Deneholes Part 2", Chelsea Speleological Society, page 62

"Caves & Tunels in SE England Part 4", Chelsea Speleological Society, page 3

“Caves & Tunnels in Kent”, Chelsea Speleological Society page 32-33

“Caves & Tunnels in SE England Part 7”, Chelsea Speleological Society page 33

“Caves & Tunnels in SE England Part 8”, Chelsea Speleological Society page 11-14

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Frindsbury Chalk Mine belongs to the Kent region.

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