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Tail of Old Mill Close Sough, August 1970

Discharging into Cowley brook a little to the east of the ruined engine house of Watt's Shaft, the portal of this shallow sough is low and uninviting!. There used to be a sough shaft, to the south west of Watt's shaft, through which access could be gained to this sough (with a tree trunk wedged halfway down, but could be passed with a squeeze) but I don't know if this has been obliterated in the intervening years.

This photograph is by Dickie Bird and was uploaded September 22nd 2018. © Dickie Bird please do not copy or distribute without prior express permission.

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