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High Wood in Spring


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Ah!!

Actually just inside. Some 5 metres North of the waterfilled mine crater.

I was not brave enough (I was also by myself) to go inside any deeper.

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I met a guy in March who had been swimming in the mine crater in the Autumn and winter-crazy!

But he did find some interesting WW1 items at the bottom!

Still crazy!

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I met a guy in March who had been swimming in the mine crater in the Autumn and winter-crazy!

Are you serious! That is crazy, but kinda cool too.

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I met a guy in March who had been swimming in the mine crater in the Autumn and winter-crazy!

But he did find some interesting WW1 items at the bottom!

Still crazy!

Madness!

Must get some form of queer kicks out of this.

Also of course this mine crater, as they all are, is a graveyard.

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Re the swimmer, I must add he wore a wet suit and found rifles, gas masks etc at the bottom. Still crazy!

He is only about 15 but well known to those who frequent Tommies.

Tony

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