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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Warren Farm Well Chalk Shaft

Warren Farm Well Chalk Shaft (United Kingdom)


A shaft/well in search of water northeast of Brighton, Sussex. Sunk between 1858 & 1862 to a depth of 1285 feet.

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Major Mining Region

Warren Farm Well Chalk Shaft belongs to the East Sussex region.

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