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Photographs of Cwmystwyth Lead Mine

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From "The Cwmystwyth Mines" by Simon Hughes - final edition. Skipway, 2018 Skip, 2018 New steel road and truck, 2018
Stull in Lefel Fawr Failing packwork Stull in Level Fawr 2013 Stull in level Fawr 2013
Skipway above Level Fawr Skipway down from Level Fawr Roofpacks above Level Fawr View down the ladder up from level Fawr
Top of laddder up from Level Fawr Ladder up from level Fawr Hopper Massive stope
Down the skipway: Timberwork Down the skipway: Timberwork Down the skipway: Stope Down the skipway: Level y ffordd
Down the skipway: Level y ffordd Down the skipway: Kingside level Herberts Level Herberts Level
Herberts Level Herberts level Aldersons level Aldersons level
Queens level Cambrian Mines Trust Land and Rights Kingside level, view in from skipway Skipway at Kingside level
Skipway, above Level Fawr Skip in Level Fawr, present location Roof packs in Level fawr, from below. Roof packs in Level Fawr
Ore truck in Level Fawr Level Fawr skipway at adit level
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