This search identifies any historic underground extraction of Bath Stone or Fullers Earth or any metalliferous mining activity relating to the property.
Bath Stone is a 'freestone' (a rock which can be sawn in any direction) which occurs within stratigraphic layers within a limestone unit known as the Great Oolite.
The Great Oolite underlies the area of NE Somerset/Avon and West Wiltshire. It has been worked from opencast quarries and from underground mines, a few of which, continue to operate in the area of NE Somerset and West Wiltshire.
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Information on coal mining and brine subsidence claims
Information on coal mining, brine subsidence claims and natural subsidence hazards
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