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Son of Longcliffe

Entrance of Son of Longcliffe

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Small shaft on the vein outcropping close to the west flank of Cowlow Nick, just above the three obvious holes - the highest and largest being the original adit entrance, now backfilled and sealed. Shaft excavated and rebuilt by the TSG in late 2016, now with walkway mesh lid. Access as for Longcliffe Mine, currently locked. Long-term caver access arrangements with the landowner, the National Trust are ongoing. Contact TSG for access.

References

Wolstenholme, P. (2017) Son of Longcliffe - An Unexpected and Dramatic Diversion, TSG 19, pp 169-178, Technical Speleological Society
Wolstenholme, P. (2018) The Son of Longcliffe, Descent 261, p.34-36. Survey, Wild Places Publishing
Wolstenholme, P. (2019) Longcliffe Mine, Castleton, Mining History vol. 20 no. 5, pp 1-18, Peak District Mines Historical Society