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East End, Stoke St.Michael.
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Also known as Slogger Hole, this wide, partly-artificial shaft, leads to a choked passage containing a small stream. The water (proved to derive from Trough Sink) was traced by CSS to Saint Dunstan's Well East in 1975 (7 hours). The main shaft was dug out by Pat Browne and others in 1948 and the streamway pushed to a conclusion by CSS in 1975.
Alternate Names: Slogger Hole
Notes: Entrance fenced.
Hydrographic Feeds: Trough Sink
Hydrographic Resurgences: St.Dunstan's Well East (CSS 1975 - 7 hours)
This entry was last updated: 2014-09-06 20:59:24
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