Having discovered an adit that was blocked just a few yards inbye, we head down towards the beck and came across something special. Join us as we take a look deep into the hill as we explore one of the best examples of a stope.
This is a mine that we know fairly well as we take you on a journey deep underground to visit the impressive mine flats. Unfortunately the trip isn't for the faint hearted as we pass over several massive underground shafts.
We always try to keep our video time down a bit, but on this occasion we really wanted to show you what is at the end of this very old mine - it does have some tight spots though so close your eyes during the squeeze!
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