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In the collapsed debris that floors the earlier parrts of the minedownload this image download     

Album: Croesor Rhosydd Through Trip
Owner: Nigel Dibben
Date: 5 March 2011

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Title: In the collapsed debris that floors the earlier parrts of the mine

Photo date: 2011:03:05 13:01:07
Photo owner: Nigel Dibben
Camera: Canon PowerShot A610
File: IMB_8779_red _A022.jpg

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The support and rescue team prepare in the car parkThe long walk up past the lake and Cwmorthin workingsLooking down on the Conglog mill
The drum house at CroesorLooking down the Croesor incline with the Rhosydd incline to the rightPreparing outside the Croesor level beside the fan house
Abseiling the first drop inside the mineIn the collapsed debris that floors the earlier parrts of the mineLooking down the third chamber towards the first zip wire
Crossing the first lakeCrossing the second lake on a dubious bridge known as Mild TerrorMild Terror with Ed on it
Lunch breakA miner's ladder up the wall of the mined out chamberCrossing the next bridge: Slightly More Terror
Zip wire over the next: Distinctly Scarey BridgeAnd this is defintiely the Bridge of DeathDetail of the timberwork on the Bridge of Death
End of the large dinghy lakeShort prusik up to the level of RhosyddAn interesting car on the 3-6 incline between stopes G and H in Rhosydd
View up the inclineFurther up where level 4 intersects the inclineThe sheaves at the top of the incline, fairly complete
A side view of the sheavesDescending 3-6 incline in RhosyddSteps for the brakeman to get up to the sheaves
The team on No 9 level just before leaving the mineAt the entrance to No 9 aditLeaving Rhosydd

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