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Posts by Steven Crighton

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Topic: Tomnadashan lower levels
Steven Crighton

Forum: Scotland   Posted: 23/02/2019 17:09:28   Subject: Tomnadashan lower levels
Hey guys

Was down there on Thursday having a look, fantastic little explore!

Does anyone know if the flooded areas on the right of the entrance are blocked?

Also se
Topic: Glammis Lead Mine (mine)
Steven Crighton

Forum: Scotland   Posted: 20/01/2019 14:59:20   Subject: Glammis Lead Mine (mine)

I assume this mine never got anywhere?

Such a tease since im only a couple of miles from it
Topic: Charlestown Mine
Steven Crighton

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 20/01/2019 14:55:39   Subject: Charlestown Mine
Damn :( If i find other abandoned places worth visiting in that area ill pop round for another look

Cheers for the help :)
Topic: Charlestown Mine
Steven Crighton

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 08/01/2019 13:41:55   Subject: Charlestown Mine
Hi all hope i can be helped

I couldnt find an entrance to the Charlestown Mine when i was there. I was pushed for time so i didnt get a good hunt around.

I see that the last phot
Topic: Hi from Angus
Steven Crighton

Forum: New recruits!   Posted: 19/07/2018 14:49:00   Subject: Hi from Angus
Just saying a quick hello to everyone! Looking forward to seeing great photos from exciting locations :thumbsup:
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