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Huge mineshaft opens up in Cornwall back garden

Discussion in 'News' started by Liamus27, Mar 14, 2016.

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  3. Liamus27

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    Hmm..maybe geo blocked?
     
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    Who else was thinking of taking their Phantom down 300 feet there?
     
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    I was expecting the guy to fly his Quad into it. That would be impressive!
     
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    I like the last two short paragraphs in the story.

    It is not far from another shaft which opened near a busy road last year causing traffic pandemonium.

    The mineshaft is believed to have been discovered in November 2015 but footage has only recently surfaced online.

    Then there is a video from Oregon in the US,NOT FAR!,no that's not far at all,whats half a planet between friends.
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    The video of Oregon was just a similar story and not what they were referencing in the article. This part of West Cornwall has a lot of mine shafts.
     
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    Ha ha - thought exactly the same . Go down into it - what could go wrong :)