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Gaping Gill Main Chamber
England

Gaping Gill Main Chamber. One of the largest known underground chambers in the UK. Lies on the plateau level south of Ingleborough in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Access to the chamber for the public at the Bradford Pothole Club winch meet. Other entrances to the system available to experienced potholers.

Copyright: Martin Smith
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送信日: 17/11/2010
更新日: 20/08/2014
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