|  Mine Explorer Society, The|
|Contact:||Secretary||Year formed: 2005|
|Email:||mike [at] mineexplorer.org.uk||Membership: 4|
|Area of interest:||Underground photography|
|Main geographical areas:||
|Classes of membership:||None available, still establishing a structure|
|Publications:||Website trip reports, approximately once a month|
|Archive collection:||Contact via email.|
|Additional information:||The Society exists to research and publish information for the use and enjoyment of like-minded people, and as such does not operate any organised underground trips other than those for the purposes of research. The Society at this stage of its development has no actual membership outside of the small group of people who run the Society.
We are always pleased to hear from people and will answer any emails received. If you have any information that you would like to share; or have any queries please contact us and help us in our attempts to put together a comprehensive library of old mining history.
Above: A junction past Baron's Chamber in Longcleugh Mine
Top left: Brownley Hill Low Level, at the junction where you drop out from the Scaleburn Cross Vein from Scaleburn Mine on the Rampgill to Brownley Hill through trip
Middle: The passages and flats above the horse level in Longcleugh Mine, on the way to Baron's Chamber
Bottom: Re-anchoring the rise which takes you into the flats above Bogg's Shaft, Longcleugh Mine
Last updated: 28/02/2021