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  • jhluxton's Avatar
    Today, 14:04
    Excellent - I worked there as a supply teacher during the Spring term of 1987. When it eventually closed the pupils from Margaret Bevan along with the remaining permanent staff moved to Bank View High School previously Meadow Bank School then in Sherwood's Lane Fazakerley where I spent most of my teaching career!
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    Today, 13:56
    Earlier this month I was finally able to do something which I have wanted to do for years and that was have a good mooch around the site of Devon Great Consols for almost 5 hours. Though I am not a stranger to the Tamar Valley various factors have precluded me from spending much time exploring sites particularly remote from the nearest parking. As some may know the extensive DGC site comprises a large part of the Tamar Trails network of cycle tracks, bridleways and foot paths. Some of...
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  • Newage's Avatar
    Today, 09:38
    Hi all Love this place, as I was in Wales for a few days and in the area myself and a few mates went back to the underground slate quarry of minllyn just above the village of Dinas. This time a different way in for me as I`m getting to grips with SRT rope work, my mates went in via the lower drainage adit and I went in via the top incline shaft (just had enough rope 97ft). Picture time...... Looking up at the slope of dead`s towards the incline shaft.
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