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About dwarrowdelf

"'I wonder how many breakfasts, and other meals we have missed inside that nasty clockless, timeless hole?' 'The Hobbit' J R R Tolkien. "

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I am very interested in industrial history especially in relation to the Welsh slate and coal industries (My grandfather and other relatives were coal miners in South Wales). I am currently involved in a dig in one of the Surrey hearth-stone mines. I am also very keen on sourcing archive photographs of the above industries, a task which is not as easy as one might think! I also have a growing interest in geology

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Joined 09/02/2011
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