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About Wes-Howarth

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Hi, I've been interested in Mining since childhood. I studied Mining Engineering at Camborne School of Mines. I worked in the mining and geotechnical industry until I drifted into IT. Having now adjusted my work life balance I have decided to spend more time exploring and mapping old mine workings. I can still survey and use CAD/GIS software though my explosives licence has long since lapsed. Any, anyone know of a good group please get in touch. Cheers, Wes

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Location Warrington & Praa Sands
Occupation Project & Programme Managment
Joined 04/11/2007
Posts 4 [View Posts]

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