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William's Tin Shaft (United Kingdom)


550fms Deep (1001m, 3300ft), making it the deepest shaft in the world at the time and still one of the deepest shafts in the UK. To find a similar depth of water anywhere else, one would have to travel a minimum of 250miles out to the edge of the continent shelf in the open sea.

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