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Ecton - Clayton Level


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  Mine Explorer Society, The
Contact: Secretary Year formed: 2005
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Last updated: 30/10/2017

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

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