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18th century stopes

Three people in shot in these wonderful old stopes that were opened for a brief time to the public. these stopes run very close to the surface and the rock although holding up, is not really too clever. The fact that the council have planned the course of their relief road right over it seems to be of little concern to them. Watch this space...Literaly!

This photograph is by Roy Morton and was uploaded March 14th 2008. © Roy Morton please do not copy or distribute without prior express permission.

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