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Slei Gill near hamlet of Booze

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Slei Gill near hamlet of Booze

Caption - Slei Gill near the hamlet of Booze was once the scene of extensive lead mining. Although not on the same scale as in other parts of the Yorkshire Dales there is still much evidence of the former industry with waste dumps and hushes still easily identifiable.

Walk 1253 : Booze & Slei Gill from Langthwaite

Photographer : Lou Johnson

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