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Roman coinsWood MineHistoric artefactsTom's Shaft in the Cobalt MineBlue ShaftNorth Boundary Fault, Wood MineFinlow MineSRT in Engine VeinWorkings on the vein, Engine VeinThe Beacon before demolitionKey Chamber, Wood MineT'owd man in Wood Mine1930s visitors at BrynlowMain Chamber Engine VeinThe Laundry Chute in West MineDoc MineWest MineDevil's Grave
Bull Pot of the WitchesCoventosa, SpainGiants Hole, DerbyshireRampgill Mine, NentheadStockport air raid sheltersOld Ing Cave, Yorkshire DalesMoel Fferna slate mine, N WalesColonnades: Lancaster HoleBagshawe Cavern, DerbyshireFirst Pitch, P8 DerbyshireWartling Bunker, KentAlum Pot, Yorkshire DalesAven d'Orgnac, FranceMagpie Mine, DerbyshireConiston Copper Mine, LakesSnailbeach Mine, ShropshireGaping Gill, YorkshireNettle Pot, DerbyshireCarrs Mine, NentheadLennies Cave, MatienzoOgof Dydd Byraf, North Wales
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This is a picture of the main passage in Lennie's Cave at Secadura, near Matienzo in Northern Spain. The cave is named in memory of Len Gee. There are two entrances but the one usually used is a flat out crawl that leads to a large chamber. See more pictures in the caving gallery. Sadly, the cave has not yet fulfilled its promised length but time will tell.
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In the north west corner of Scotland is a small area of limestone of considerable geological interest. The Durness limestone lies below the Moine Thrust and has a number of sporting caves developed in the river valleys in the area. The picture shows the streamway in Cnoc nan Uamh in high water conditions. The cave can be explored to a muddy sump before it becomes a place for cave divers, only.

The next public event at the Alderley Edge mines is an evening trip at Wood Mine - Family trip on Tuesday 23/08/2022.To find out if there is still space available, go to the booking page.

In case of emergency at Alderley Edge, call POLICE 999 and ask for DERBYSHIRE CAVE RESCUE.   They will call out local team members.  Do NOT call for the Fire Brigade.