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Hollies Lead Mine (United Kingdom)


There is a small tip with an arched adit, the entrance to which has been almost completely filled in. It is stone arched for 10ft and then in shale. The adit goes for about 60ft to a collapse, which corresponds to a collapsed shaft on surface. Another adit to the south has a much smaller tip and the entrance is completely collapsed. This adit is known locally as Roman Level but there is no evidence for this dating.

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Last updated July 5th 2008 by legacyuser
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