More from Subterranean Greenwich and Kent, on the exact nature of the Blackheath Cavern.
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Tagged as blackheath, cave, cavern, caves, Subterranean Greenwich and Kent
Don’t suppose there’s any danger of there being tours of this?
I’m sure there aren’t, as it would be a health and safety nightmare… And I’m sure I wasn’t offered one once, but never replied because I’m a cowardly bugle. I suggest you contact http://subterraneangreeenwich.blogspot.com and if you ever do venture into the caves, please take a good camera for me!
Came across this from The Greenwich Visitor about the mines – page 16
My god… Every time I end up on that site, I forget how unreadable it really is. Why would anyone design a site like that?!
Just had a look at that site, and read the article on the front page , it appears that the authorities are going to charge £ 10 a go, to be able to to stand on the meridian line !!!
This cannot be value for money.
It is just another rip off !!!!
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