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Plumley's Hole

Burrington Combe.

NGR:ST 4766 5875
WGS84:51.32543, -2.75254
Length:15 m
Depth:15 m
Altitude:100 m
Tags:Cave, CROW

A shaft discovered by quarrying in mid-December 1874 in which Joseph Plumley perished.

Alternate Names: Plumley's Den [see note]

Notes: Some authorities suggest depth of cave is 150ft.

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This entry was last updated: 2014-09-06 20:08:21

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