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Intake Dale Mine


Within Intake Dale, halfway between the two roads, on the south flank where the vein crosses the dale. Current entrance is a small vertical slot on the vein high on the dale side. Great care should be exercised upon entering and leaving due to loose rock.


The mine is very loose and dangerous almost throughout.


Eavis, R. (2021) Intake Dale Mine 2021, The Derbyshire Caver 255, p.5-8. Survey, Derbyshire Caving Association