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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Wood Level Tunnel

Wood Level Tunnel (United Kingdom)


This was driven to drain East Roman Gravels, Roman Gravels, Ladywell and Grit Mines. The entrance has a concrete dam with a 9 inch slot from which the water issues. Nearby is the original portal which collapsed many years ago and a collapsed air shaft right next to the road. South-east of the road is a line of four air shafts either filled or blocked part way down.

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Major Mining Region

Wood Level Tunnel belongs to the Shropshire region.

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