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Designation

Full Cave Registry entry 3D model

Entrance

Access

Show cave open daily all year round as far as Bottomless Pit. Access beyond this point not normally permitted, except for specially approved projects. Connections from Peak Cavern & JH (James Hall Over Engine Mine) gated as part of management restriction on through trips.

Warning

The cave carries a large stream directly from the swallets of Rushup Edge to the resurgences of Russet Well and Slop Moll. It is seriously flood prone.

References

  • Anon. (1981), The Lyre No.5., pp.14-15. sketch., Orpheus Caving Club.
  • Cordingley, J.N. (1986), The Peak Cavern System - a Caver's Guide., Vitagraph, Didsbury, Manchester..
  • Ford, T.D. (1956), Trans C.R.G. Vol.4. No.2., pp.101-119. Survey..
  • Nixon, D.A. (1995), James Halls Over Engine Mine Survey., Descent No. 126., p.12., Wild Places Publishing.
  • Pilkington, J., A View of the Present State of Derbyshire., pp.72-75..
  • Puttrell, J.W. (1937), Caves and Caving (pre-war series) No.2., pp.44-47. Survey ske, British Cave Research Association.
  • Puttrell, J.W. (1938), Caves and Caving (pre-war series) No.3., pp.85-88. Survey (se, British Cave Research Association.
  • Puttrell, J.W. (1938), Caves and Caving (pre-war series) No.4., pp.125-126., British Cave Research Association.
  • Shaw, R.P. (1983), B.C.R.A. Cave Science Vol.10. No.1., pp.1-8. Survey., British Cave Research Association.
  • Simpson, E. (1954), B.S.A. Cave Science Vol.3. No.22., pp.267-273., British Speleological Association.
  • T.S.G. (), Survey of the Peak/Speedwell Cave System., Technical Speleological Group.
  • Warwick, G. (1947), British Caver No.17., pp.49-50..