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Sandford Ochre Cave

Sandford Hill, Sandford.

NGR:ST 42268 58986
WGS84:51.32703, -2.82996
Length:22 m
Depth:6 m
Altitude:73 m

A cave with three entrances, one in the roof. It was excavated by the ochre miners in 1930-40. Notable for being Willie Stanton's first cave it was buried under overburden tip in 1974.

Alternate Names: Sandford Ochre Mine, Three Entrance Mine

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