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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Ostwig Slate Mine > Photographs Of Ostwig > Unteres Lager 1914, bolting and Whales

Unteres Lager 1914, bolting and Whales

Working this part of the Unteres Lager (bottom slate bed) was finished in 1914. The bolting looks impressive.
The Whales are a distinctive geological feature in this mine and are exposed over a distance of some 320 metres in this working.

This photo shows the other end of the working featured in the photo 'The Whales'.

This photograph is by AdM Michael and was uploaded November 10th 2013. © AdM Michael please do not copy or distribute without prior express permission.

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