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About Brakeman

"The management thanks you for your co operation."

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A veteran now at 52, did most of my exploring in the early 1980's. This is second time around for me now. Main area of interest is the Derbyshire fluorite mines.Still having fun going over old ground & meeting new explorers.

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Location Cheshire Avatar of Brakeman

Occupation Hydraulic engineer
Joined 10/10/2007
Posts 429 [View Posts]

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