Malik Hooker Womens Jersey  EXPLORING AN ABANDONED GOLD MINE IN WALES ON MY OWN! 2.7k @60 fps


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Wooooarrrr! Nice find man! Some cool features down there, the blue and greens are minerals relating to copper, I see them a lot in the mines down here in Cornwall. Watch out for them flooded shafts on the sides of the tunnels, usually a false wooden floor goes across the other side of them, often hidden under the rocks and dirt that have fallen over the years, be aware they could just give way sending you down hundreds of feet :( Always good to have someone with you inside the mine, just incase something did happen. Great footage of the explore, I expect you can google more info on the workings on the surface too, I expect it was someones project to reopen the mine or dig out further sections. So, we going to see more mine explores in the near future? :) Keep up the good work!
Do you have the coordinates for this? I want to check it out. Disclaimer, I am a climber and have done a bit of caving before so as far as safety goes I'm happy with the risks
Watt its the name of this river? Thanks
You said there was coal mines near where you live in dudley but I can't find any info for them don't worry I know coal mines are dangerous and I'm not going to visit them
I live not far from it and not been inside for about 6 years now.
I was hoping your find Viking treasure
Fantastic work again! Paul in Lower Boddington
Wow you were braver than us in that mine, we must have been there just a few weeks after you but we didn't go that far into that one (mainly cus we couldn't see anything) but there is another entrance a bit of a walk up the hill which we did go in. video is here skip to 1:25 to get to the mine bit.
I went here today
Green = Copper
Rusty Red= Iron
Yellow/Orange= Sulfides
White= Calcite,Quarts there are alot of things in mines that are white some good some bad. Might wanna take an air meter with you in the mines you go into.... Never know, it could save your arse!! Keep up the vids for the ones that have roots in the area but probably never get the chance to see in person! Thanks for what you do!!
That ring looks like one of the old air line gaskets...... ??
Intresting that they left battery electric locomotives there do you know if they are still there?
The blue and green comes from Copper.
Another BRILLIANT video keep it up. I've been doing a few videos of my own!
Where abouts in wales is the mine
you can ear EVPS of old miners shouting mixed in with the dripping water
Clogau Gold is it?
Where are you from Scott? That’s a familiar accent. First timer, I’ve subbed too 🤘🏼 Great vid! You take me where I can’t go.. thank you 😊
How far in was the beginning of the gold seam?

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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.