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Nice old period photo of a timbered level. To be honest, I'm not really sure where it was taken or even if it's Oakeley.

This photograph was uploaded February 1st by RAMPAGE.

Copyright / re-use statement: From an old magic-slide

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Comments on this photograph:

  • Lovely photo. Is it as old as it looks? (sinker)
  • interesting photo! is it actually in slate out of interest? there were similar levels to this in Oakeley (dwarrowdelf)
  • Nice shiny boots whoever/wherever! (TwllMawr)
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