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Middlecleugh Level entrance

This view was taken on 19 June 1966.Eric Richardson had arranged the removal of a roof fall just inside the level entrance and this was the first visit to the mine. Not far from the entrance was a wagon chassis and a rope noose. Exploration got to the first junction where another roof fall held up progress.

This photograph is by PeteJ and was uploaded March 9th 2009. © PeteJ please do not copy or distribute without prior express permission.

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