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    Default Magpie mine, Sheldon Derbyshire


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    Did you not fancy going into the workings?

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    We hadn't taken any kit with us as it was sposed to be a laning trip :icon_evil.....But wasn't sure how much was accessable without SRT etc

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    You can't go down there - the ghosts of the Redsoil miners'll get yer! ;) i love Magpie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scribble View Post
    You can't go down there - the ghosts of the Redsoil miners'll get yer! ;) i love Magpie.
    It's T'owd man you need to worry about ;)

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    it gets a bit wet near the slough (by a bit I mean neck deep)

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