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About JR

"sleep is a caffeine deficiency. "

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I'm interested in most 'hard rock' mines and have done some underground exploration in the past (Forest of Dean iron mines and some of the easier slate mines). Now due to advancing years I don't consider myself safe to go underground except for 'tourist' (or very easy) mines. My main interest now is historical research of industrial processes and social history of mining populations. (Just don't get me started about what's been done to the Black Country in the last 25 years!).

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Location Lurking near Hereford Avatar of JR

Occupation Retired (injured)
Joined 07/03/2008
Posts 450 [View Posts]

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Safety LED Miners Caplamps Moore Books: Specialist Books I.A. Recordings: Mining and Industrial History DVDs Starless River - Caving Store Explore a Disused Welsh Slate Mine
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