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Home > Profile of RJV > All Photos by RJV

All Photos by RJV

Displaying 507 Photos

Water Level 5/2/11
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Small tip & shop.
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The lowest level.
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Jet Working
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Rampgill Shaft
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Tanners Rake Hush
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Fell End Hush
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Browns & Cat Shaft Chimneys
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Buddhist Shrine
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Buddhist Prayer Flags
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Stable Block
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Stable Block
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Rock Hole Quarry
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Moo
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Rosedale West
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Conglog
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Photographs Of Brownley Hill Mine (Photo ref 92113)
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Photographs Of Brownley Hill Mine (Photo ref 92112)
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Epsomite Crystals
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Whim Chamber
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Kibble Remains
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New Fan Flats
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Gt Limestone Flats
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Small Box
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Tools & ventilation trunking.
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Mangled tub remains
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Sub-level near wheel flats.
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Ventilation Door
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Ventilation Door
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Bogg Shaft showing the effects of heavy rain.
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Gulleyback Crosscut
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Smallcleugh Flats
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Quarry buildings & adit
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Quarry & buildings
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Short blind heading.
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Quarry building
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Adit
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Adit
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Quarry buildings
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Photographs Of Troutbeck Park High Quarry (Photo ref 75781)
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Adit
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Safety LED Miners Caplamps Moore Books: Specialist Books I.A. Recordings: Mining and Industrial History DVDs Starless River - Caving Store Explore a Disused Welsh Slate Mine
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