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Posts by C. J. Curry

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Topic: Moresdale Ridge Level (photo)
C. J. Curry

Forum: North East England   Posted: 09/11/2019 12:49:44   Subject: Moresdale Ridge Level (photo)
Porters Level is currently inaccessible. It has two adits - an early hand level and a later horse level which converge a few yards in. We had a dig at both last year and the hand level looked the most
Topic: Swaledale Floods (Mines Affected)
C. J. Curry

Forum: North East England   Posted: 07/08/2019 12:21:25   Subject: Swaledale Floods (Mines Affected)
Yep. The estate is kindly lending us a digger one evening and we’re opening the entrance right out and dropping some concrete tubes in at an angle something like Lucy Tongue. I’ll post here when we ge
Topic: Hi :-)
C. J. Curry

Forum: New recruits!   Posted: 15/01/2017 22:23:14   Subject: Hi :-)
Hi Graeme,

We had a bit of a chat on the Facebook page, and following that christwigg and I have ended up organising a trip on the 17th of June doing the Brandybottle through-trip and Sir F
Topic: Suggestions wanted for 2017 trips
C. J. Curry

Forum: North Wales   Posted: 06/12/2016 18:16:55   Subject: Suggestions wanted for 2017 trips
Hi Rockchick,

I'm happy to organise the Sir Francis (+ possibly Old Gang) trip with Chris Twigg on the 17th June. Sounds like a much more comfortable time of year!

Happy to help
Topic: Caplecleugh North Vein
C. J. Curry

Forum: North West England   Posted: 01/12/2016 00:08:28   Subject: Caplecleugh North Vein
Yep, that looks like the same spot - shame if it's completely run in, but that draught must be coming from somewhere. Mr. Mike's shaft over near the gate sounds very interesting though, from your over
Topic: Caplecleugh North Vein
C. J. Curry

Forum: North West England   Posted: 30/11/2016 21:07:50   Subject: Caplecleugh North Vein
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Think Mr Mike's first guess was spot on.
Topic: Caplecleugh North Vein
C. J. Curry

Forum: North West England   Posted: 30/11/2016 18:37:59   Subject: Caplecleugh North Vein
Possibly this one Roy?

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Topic: Caplecleugh North Vein
C. J. Curry

Forum: North West England   Posted: 30/11/2016 03:52:40   Subject: Caplecleugh North Vein
Pringledude and I were up there a couple of years ago and had a pretty thorough explore but didn't find a way on anywhere. Seem to recall it being very damp that day and climbing part of the ladder in
Topic: Suggestions wanted for 2017 trips
C. J. Curry

Forum: North Wales   Posted: 22/11/2016 23:40:26   Subject: Suggestions wanted for 2017 trips
It was suggested in a recent conversation on the aditnow Facebook page that Sir Francis might be a bit more comfortable in the summer months - something to consider. Also, if people were feeling ambit
Topic: Suggestions wanted for 2017 trips
C. J. Curry

Forum: North Wales   Posted: 15/11/2016 17:32:14   Subject: Suggestions wanted for 2017 trips
If anyone's interested in a Swaledale trip I'm more than happy to guide/facilitate. Brandybottle through-trip's always fun if anyone fancies getting damp... :)

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Chris
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