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Home > Personal Album Of Willy Eckerslyke > Rusticle in "New" Bwlch-y-Plwm

Rusticle in "New" Bwlch-y-Plwm

About 2 levels below the open cut, a short way into a passage. Probably a dead-end but no way of investigating without destroying this impressive formation.

This photograph is by Willy Eckerslyke and was uploaded April 26th 2013. © Willy Eckerslyke please do not copy or distribute without prior express permission.

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