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Rowantree Sike Trial

A mine that is not marked on the map, but one I discovered when looking at waterfalls.
It looks as though they went in at the side of this exposed limestone, and again straight in a line to the left of the beck. On the moor top above there are 3 dips which may have been shafts.
GR: NY 7870 3001

This photograph is by Red78 and was uploaded September 1st. © Red78 please do not copy or distribute without prior express permission.

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