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About Trogloxene

"A pale, spindly, unshaven creature, often seen covered in damp iron oxide infused clay and heard breathing heavily in the low O2!"

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Been exploring abandoned mines and quarries since about 2007, but staying largely off-grid. Mainly exploring in my home county of Northamptonshire (with occasional trips to Wiltshire, Derbyshire and Cumbria). Slowly re-surveying local mines and actively trying to persuade others to use gas detection for the ironstone! Recently persuaded to join this community by Aditnow user "Down and beyond" as we recently seem to have teamed up in local ironstone!

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Location Northamptonshire Avatar of Trogloxene

Joined 08/01/2021
Posts 14 [View Posts]

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