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Description Stalagmites and Stalactites - Gough's cave Some of the most interesting geography in the grid square is below ground. Extensive limestone cave systems formed by the action of water.
Date 9 December 2006
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51° 16′ 51.60″ N, 2° 45′ 54.00″ W

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