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Abandoned forgotten mines (HAUNTING IMAGINES OF A ONCE USED MINE)

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Love the change up and it's crazy how they build all that down there they were brave as well as you guys liked it as always be safe God bless you looking forward to seeing the next one
Which mine was that you went down?
A fantastic piece of history and I love seeing the old dry stone wall works. Grazie.
I wonder how many times you say "Crazy' in your Love watching, keep exploring :)
Horror movie 🎥 in the making. Love it
Those vats at 16:48 appear to be some kind of capacitors...
Wow I feel I can’t breathe just watching. I admit you guys are brave and I love watching your videos. By far this is the best 😱😰 me during your adventure. 🤗 Loved it!!
Nice choice of site, looks amazing. Are they haunted ? lots of accidents in mines. Nice to notice no graffiti. Be safe 👍🏻
Omg... Had to skip this one bro, the female kept talking so much it was just annoying. Ditch the chicks with you. Annoying a hell.
Would recommend you to visit the ore mine in Røros in Norway. It's not a abandoned one but you can visit and get a guided tour. Have been there once and it's a very awesome experience. It even have a chapel. Can also recommend Fredriksten castle in Halden norway(not abandoned one, but you can really see the age of the castle ). ☺
If you continue exploring old mines please learn more about underground mining. Let's us know more about the resources contained within the different veins. Lastly outfit yourselves with proper safety equipment.
Was slate the only resource mined at this location? Here in the states mine explorers use the right hand rule. It helps from getting lost underground, also spray paint at intersections. Do you carry an oxygen sensor? How many sets of tracks at the adit the mine entrance was there?
when you go in a place like this use the right hand rule. go in and keep your right hand on the wall and you will never get lost. when you get to the end just turn and keep your right hand on the wall.
Well, I found your tour quite enlightening. Lots of equipment and some personal things. The water that flows through the whole floor was an eye opener. I couldn’t imagine what things miners went through. I could see how they worked. The sense of smells being cold and damp even machinery has an iron smell to it. Good job. You took the risks and we watched comfortably. God Bless.
In case you go cave/mine exploring again, buy a case of glow sticks, activate them and drop them at intervals and you can find your way back.
BASSXsocom just posted their video of still furnished abandoned mansion in the countryside which was probably built in early 1800s or earlier that still has the slate roof which probably came from this mine. Just a thought.
Got ONE EYED WILLY in my shorts! Lol!
I am so clostraphobic I would never go in a mine! Also afraid of heights! Stay away from the edge of cliffs!
Definitely would To buy a place like this especially if it was a old coal mining and fix it up Would be a neat museum to get all the equipment working again but not actually use them just have them restored and looking like new And functionin.

Coal stock

Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.