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Duck's Pot

Fairy Cave Quarry, Stoke St.Michael.

NGR:ST 6577 4768
WGS84:51.22728, -2.49159
Length:76 m
Depth:29 m
Altitude:182 m

A 17m deep shaft which led via a small chamber and muddy slide to a loose, tight streamway, which ended in boulders. From an aven above, a faint aural connection was made with the main chamber of Fernhill Cave. The streamway was believed to be a continuation of the water last seen in Plummer's Hole.

Alternate Names: Fairy Cave 3, Duck's Hole

Notes: Discovered by quarrying in 1959, it has since been partially destroyed, with the remainder buried.

Fairy Quarry Cave System, WCC, 1960

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