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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Norwich Chalk Mine

Norwich Chalk Mine (United Kingdom)

Area extensively worked for chalk and remains of pillar & stall chalk mines, now either blocked or filled are at

No.1 Rosary Road A (TG241087)

No.2 Rosary Road B (TG240087)

No.3 Merton Road (TG210092)

No.4 Churchill Road (TG233099)

No.5 Supple Close (TG251093)

No.6 Arthur Street (TG265079)

No.7 Bartholomew Street - location unknown

No.8 Garden Street (TG264081)

No.9 Horns Lane (TG264081)

No.10 Ber Street (TG234078)

No.11 Northcote Road (TG233100)

No.12 Knowlsey Road (TG233695)

No.13 Martineau Lane (TG242072)

No.14 Earlham Road (TG224086)

No.15 Kett's Cave (TG238098)

No.16 Whitlingham Lane (TG266082)

No.17 Newmarket Road (TG208065)

No.18 Ipswich Road (TG221056)

No.19 Danby Close (TG219059)

“Caves & Tunnels in SE England Part 8”, Chelsea Speleological Society page 34-44

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Last updated February 15th 2020 by I.T.A.E
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Last updated April 11th 2014 by christwigg

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Major Mining Region

Norwich Chalk Mine belongs to the Norfolk region.

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