Jubilee Colliery Part II "INFILTRATION

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I've visited here some time ago but I was unsuccessful at gaining access.
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Once we "@slobberchops" did get access, we discovered that the floors were barley floors, but more like paper, very thin and very sketchy.IMG_20200809_100440.jpg

Jubilee Colliery was built in 1845 and closed in 1932.

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The site is one of the last few remaining examples of Oldham’s industrial mining heritage and is the most accessible one in the area.
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Some of you mentioned that I talked about the coke ovens last time but I never got any footage of them as well as the inside of the abandoned building. IMG_20200901_15502401.jpeg

The remains of a number of back to back coke ovens can still be viewed above the ground at today.
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When the mine was finally closed, the tunnels flooded, making a massive underground reservoir, estimated to hold over 100 million gallons of water.
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As was filming the coke ovens, a big Rottweiler came running up out of nowhere as you'll be able to see, it gave me a bit of a surprise.
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Hope you enjoy

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I never saw a dog, was this you return solo trip to get a big more footage?

it's when I went back yes. It was quite friendly but when it first showed up I crap myself haha