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Shatter Cave

Fairy Cave Quarry, Stoke St.Michael.

NGR:ST 6572 4753
WGS84:51.22592, -2.49229
Length:1220 m
Depth:29 m
Altitude:167 m
Classes:cave
Registry:mcr-en

One of the most beautifully decorated caves in Britain and its complex of roomy chambers and grottoes offer a profusion of formations. The terminal boulder ruckle lies only some 30m from boulder blockages at the end of Jonathan's Chamber Extension in Withyhill Cave and carries a detectable air current.

Alternate Names: Fairy Cave 14

Notes: Discovered April 1969

Surveys:
Shatter Cave, SMCC 4((7)13, 1969

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