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Great Britain Video Report : The Mines Of Gunnerside Valley, Yorkshire, UK

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In this one, we explore multiple mines in the Gunnerside valley in Yorkshire, England. We take a peek at Barbera Level, Bunton Level, Sir Francis Level Shaft, Prescilla Level and another level, deep in water I don't know the name of unfortunately at this point. The mines in the area were worked main for lead from around 1700 to around 1900.

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Seems to be an interesting and worthwhile place. I reall like the photos, thanks for showing.
To be honest, I just watched the video for a few minutes. A duration of 35 minutes I felt as too long and in particular the partly unsteady / shaky shots were too exhausting for me, to watch it completely.
 

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This is a nice effort and exactly how we want video reports to be presented. The video is too long for me, but I like the fact it is not filled with irritating music.

I would however suggest you do not add "Video report" in the subject next time, it does put people off.

After 200 years, I'm surprised that anything above ground is as intact as it is. I bet there are some interesting inscriptions around the place too.

Nice one, be good to see some more from you in underground.
 
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