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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Plumstead Chalk Mine

Plumstead Chalk Mine (United Kingdom)


No.1 (TQ463775) - extensive pillar and stall workings now built over

Nos.2-3 (TQ458777) - 2 filled deneholes

No.4 Turpin's Cave (TQ466776) - open simple chalk mine

References
“Deneholes”, Chelsea Speleological Society page 58-60

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

“Caves & Tunnels in Kent”, Chelsea Speleological Society page 43-52

References
“Caves & Tunnels in SE England Part 6”, Chelsea Speleological Society page 49

“Caves & Tunnels in SE England Part 9”, Chelsea Speleological Society page 19-21

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Last updated July 7th 2008 by legacyuser
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Last updated July 7th 2008 by legacyuser

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Major Mining Region

Plumstead Chalk Mine belongs to the Kent region.

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