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Thread: Oaks Colliery - Barnsley - June 14

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    After seeing Dan's and Host's report a splore was planned with mr Bannedbatz. After bimbling down and mooching around we noticed there were someone else inside already, this turned out to be splorer acid reflux, was nice to meet a local and have a natter with.



























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    Great pit head and winding gear,Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice,
    Wish we had that sort of thing in the Midlands.
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