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Pant-gwyn quarry

How sad! Haven't been here for 30 years, but when we were kids we used to canoe through the adit or climb down a knotted rope tied round a tree to get in and explore. The place is half full of scrap and old tyres now. Not really worthy of any further investigation but at least its recorded in case anyone is interested.

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