Tar Tunnel ,
- General description:
In 1785 it was discovered that bitumen could be found in the stone.
It still oozes from the tunel walls.
- Subjects of interest:
- Bitumen mine,
- Countries of interest:
- Subterranean visit: Yes
- Information on sale: Yes
- Disabled entrance : Don't know
- Entrance fee : Unknown
- Opening information:
- Dates and times:
- I am working at a publication of the limestonequarries in the village
Berg en Terblijt near Maastricht in The Netherlands. There were
numerous troglodyte dwellings. The people lived there forced by
poverty. At this moment a few dwellings remain.
I am interrested
in other troglodyte dwellings in limestonequarries in general.
- Days of the week : MTWTFSS
- First opened in (Unknown)
- Tar Tunnel
- The Ironbridge Gorge Museum
- Ironbridge, Telford, Shropshire
- Great Britain
- 00 44 1952-433522
- 00 44 1952-432204
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