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The Castleton Mines Book

William_Emmo

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Im looking for a copy of The Castletown mines book and was wondering if anyone had a copy as they are very hard to come by.
 

Pitlamp

Well-known member
That's probably because it's really, really good!

pwhole on here is likely to see your post and he may be able to sort you out.

Don't let that stop anyone else offering meanwhile.
 

moorebooks

Active member
That's probably because it's really, really good!

pwhole on here is likely to see your post and he may be able to sort you out.

Don't let that stop anyone else offering meanwhile.
Im looking for a copy of The Castletown mines book and was wondering if anyone had a copy as they are very hard to come by.
Like Rocking Horse droppings they went out of print very quickly, I obtained a very rough copy a while back but not seen one since

Mike
www.moorebooks.co.uk
 

AR

Well-known member
If Phil doesn't have any left, try Treak Cliff Cavern - Jim's remaining stock went there after his death though they may now have all gone. Otherwise, the Mining Museum at Matlock Bath might have a second-hand copy but I haven't called in recently
 

Pitlamp

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I just emailed Phil to ask him to direct his attention to this topic - and maybe PM you directly.
 

pwhole

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I'm on it John, thanks, but sadly I only have my personal copy left now, which I can only sell for a thousand pounds, though I can autograph it! :cool:

Seriously though Will, we do have a copy in the Chapel library, so you can always check that one?
 
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