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Harrison, Tony
Phreatic maze caves, grinton moor, swaledale, uk: survey of the devis hole mine caves
Cave and Karst Science
2012
39
2
59
62

Remarkable phreatic maze caves, first entered by Victorian miners searching for lead ore, have been rediscovered in a series of digs over the last 40 years by members of the Moldywarps Speleological Group (MSG) in Devis Hole Mine, Swaledale, in the Yorkshire Dales. Most of the discoveries have been reported in three published reports. Previous surveys of individual sections of the natural caves have now been brought together for the first time in a single survey of the entire mine explored to date.

Devis Hole Mine; phreatic maze; hypogenic caves, survey
1356-191X
Harrison, Tony, 2012, Phreatic maze caves, grinton moor, swaledale, uk: survey of the devis hole mine caves , Cave and Karst Science , 39 , 59 - 62 http://bcra.org.uk/pub/candks/, PDF