Featuring the kind of decoration associated with caves like Otter Hole, this unique drain ends in a petrified river of calcified vomit.
A very long, rarely seen and hard to categorize slice of underground southwest.
“Mountains are only training for boulders” Andy Woodward 1974 The best problem I’ve ever done. Not the hardest, by a long way and essentially just 4 moves on perfect gritstone-like mountain rock. On first impressions the steepness of the boulder, … Continue reading
Floor B catwalk, Cwmorthin mine. Formerly someone’s journey to work, now a catwalk for the leisure classes.
Olga Lehmann’s murals in the Spring Quarry canteen were a highlight from one of the most memorable nights out under Wiltshire. We came so close to the grail, but that had to wait until another time.
Slate quarry bridge, North Wales.
All that remains of Blobbyland.
Comrade Spungle jugging out of a Welsh mine, look you…
A comedy boat trip, putrid slippery mud and shoals of crazed fish lay below the stairs.
Stories of cranes, trains and model planes…
Object of desire: an intact headframe with cages jammed in place above a flooded mine shaft.
After many years of patient waiting, the great steel door was finally opened and the construction of the monument revealed. It turned out that a bit of jiggery-ropery could have sorted access a decade ago.