Taylors Incline, 2018 drought. 60 fthm drift.
Taken around a corner using rubber arm techniques, it wasn't expected that this picture would be any good, but apart from the water droplet it gives a good impression of the state of the level. The thing that looks like a massive cross stemple behind the water droplet on the lens is actually a massive fallen slab which holds back loads of rubble that has come down the stope. I feel that this is fair indication of the rest of the level. The incline must have carried on down straight ahead following the dip of the lode, this is now filled with rubble. The photo is also interesting in that it exactly duplicates a sketch by divers who entered the level in normal water height conditions.
This photograph is by royfellows and was uploaded September 16th 2018. © royfellows please do not copy or distribute without prior express permission.
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