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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Hundy Bridge Low Level Lead Mine

Hundy Bridge Low Level (Crossburn) Lead Mine (United Kingdom)


This one is easily reached by the public path from Garrigill cemetery, (over the footbridge, turn left through the gap in the wall and down the bank)
The level is a bit of a squeeze to get into, originally stone arched cut and cover this has collapsed, entry is through a collapse at the base of a rock face into water that can be up to waist deep.
Its quite extensive and in places there are good decorations and flowstone making it almost cave like.

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Last updated August 7th 2013 by christwigg
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Last updated July 29th 2013 by royfellows

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Major Mining Region

Hundy Bridge Low Level Lead Mine belongs to the Alston Moor region.

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