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Fallowfield (1980''s?) (photo)
Posted: 03/11/2016 23:22:25
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Not sure this is Fallowfield (or Langley Barony as previously suggested)?

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Could it be the shaft just 'upstream' (NY945414) from the main Brandon Walls site?

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Fallowfield (1980''s?) (photo)
Posted: 03/11/2016 23:36:34
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well spotted. I would say absolutely that it is brandon walls.

actually part of the thorney brow iron mine, but mostly known as brandon walls

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Fallowfield (1980''s?) (photo)
Posted: 04/11/2016 07:34:26
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At the moment it's a well-travelled shaft, must get to the bottomSmile of it's location and get it in the right place. Short of any better excuse John, in his wisdom. didn't annotate it.

Jim.

PS ebgb did you ever get a chance to see if the photos we discussed some weeks ago were definitely in Hope mine?
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Fallowfield (1980''s?) (photo)
Posted: 05/11/2016 15:36:01
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Yes definitely Thorny Brow shaft, full of water IP: 146.198.100.105
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Fallowfield (1980''s?) (photo)
Posted: 05/11/2016 16:37:35
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Oh No! More decisions, Thorny Bank is on as a mine site with nothing attached, or is it best to leave on Brandon Walls???Shocked


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IP: 46.208.155.4 Edited: 06/11/2016 07:23:39 by Jim MacPherson
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Posted: 15/11/2016 16:52:32
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It's now at Thorn(e)y Brow, thanks to PeteJ's advice, with luck some current album photos presently.Smile IP: 46.208.155.4
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