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    Nuttlar mine in Germany

    Hi, here "short" video from recent trip to Nuttlar mine in Germany
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t68-_pqaipM&t=144s

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    Re: Nuttlar mine in Germany

    Nice vid, I echo the comments left on the You-Tube site. I did a search for the history of the mine but didn't find much, just a bunch of dive pages and a GUE facebook page. Do you know the history of the mine and how it came to be in the state it's in now (underwater etc?). Looks like quite a bit of planning with loads of BO.


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    Beautiful video. One of the most artistic cave diving videos I’ve seen!


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    Re: Nuttlar mine in Germany

    Nice video.

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    Re: Nuttlar mine in Germany

    Quote Originally Posted by whynot?  View Original Post
    Nice vid, I echo the comments left on the You-Tube site. I did a search for the history of the mine but didn't find much, just a bunch of dive pages and a GUE facebook page. Do you know the history of the mine and how it came to be in the state it's in now (underwater etc?). Looks like quite a bit of planning with loads of BO.


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    No I don't know the history. Basically the mine is very shallow with most of corridors being around 12m so not much BO needed.

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