0386: shaft
S Vega 30T 450193 4794942 (Datum: ETRS89. Accuracy code: G) Altitude 423m
Length 20m Depth 15m
Area position

Updated 7th October 2010

[A surface crack which drops to 15m and widens to 2m. A small passage on the right is too tight but a further drop lies beyond and this could yield to a lump hammer.]

In 2010 this shaft was re-explored and pushed, and described as

"Tight entry at surface enters the middle of three joined elliptical shafts. Approx 12m descent lands on cobble filled base. A 1 metre climb down enters the base of the largest of the pots. A rift leads off into the hill. A tightish squeeze leads to a further few metres of roomier passage but no way on is evident. At the base of the climb down on the right (looking into the hillside) is a small hole that was enlarged sufficiently to pass into a small chamber. A rift in the floor slowly widens until it appears possible to descend some 3 metres further in. Lucky stone throws rattle down it for a good few metres but impossible to gauge depth. A slight inward draught possibly detected. The bones of at least two different species of animals litter the base of the shaft."

References: anon., 1982 (logbook); Corrin J, 1983c; anon., 2010c (summer logbook); Corrin Juan, 2011
Entrance pictures : yes
Underground pictures: yes
Detailed Survey : sketch
Line Survey :
On area survey :
Survex file :

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