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Spectacles Hole

Fairy Cave Quarry, Stoke St.Michael.

NGR:ST 6575 4762
WGS84:51.22674, -2.49187
Length:11 m
Depth:11 m
Altitude:168 m

A wide, undescended shaft, which was believed to connect to one of the avens in Plummer's Hole. The entrance was quickly blocked. It was named after the spectacles of a quarryman who lost them peering over the edge.

Alternate Names: Fairy Cave 9

Notes: Discovered by quarrying April 1965.

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