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Typical of the narrower workings with the main fault wall on the right.  Looking north west.

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Title: Typical of the narrower workings with the main fault wall on the right. Looking north west.

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Steve, Robert and Emma have a break near two wooden tubs that are still on the rails that lead towards Black Tom's Shaft.Two rare relics to find underground: the screen would normally be found on the surface, and the item on the screen is a carpenter's measuring rod to work out the length of timber to cut.Clive Mine, Shropshire - 2008
In the near surface workings east of the manhole entrance.Typical of the narrower workings with the main fault wall on the right.  Looking north west.Crossing the traverse on the way in.  The passage drops down here to the bottom level from where ore was taken to the hauling shaft, south of the main stope.
Some of the iron and copper banding in the rock on the hanging wall side of the main fault.In the main passage showing an extensive area of iron banding.Copper and iron staining in the wall.

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