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Topic: Aberdaron Mines
EGJones

Forum: North Wales   Posted: 07/02/2020 12:34:30   Subject: Aberdaron Mines
The one we used to go through was just before the footbridge to the left (The Cwrt side) if you've come from the beach. It's probably about 30/40 meters in length.
Topic: Aberdaron Mines
EGJones

Forum: North Wales   Posted: 07/02/2020 02:58:27   Subject: Aberdaron Mines
Hi!Just seen this article now and wandering if there is anymore info on the underground mines at the top of Porth Samddai? I know of one underground tunnel there as me and my mate used to visit it reg
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