Author Topic: Approaching Castleton on my backside  (Read 631 times)

Lee in Doncaster

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Re: Approaching Castleton on my backside
« Reply #1 on: 09:55:35, 12/11/18 »
We noticed the shaft with the noise in Cave dale few years ago...............I dont know what it is either.

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Re: Approaching Castleton on my backside
« Reply #2 on: 18:32:00, 12/11/18 »
You're not far from the quarry at pindale but my money's on it being to do with the cave tours (the devil's rrsse) I had the pleasure of going on the tour in the summer and highly recommend it  O0 take warm clothes though as even in the middle of summer it was quite cold down there - come to think of it, one of the guides said there's another shaft that they've been unable to find but some local cavers thought they might have found it and were working on  getting into it, perhaps it's to do with that
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