Witherslack and Foulshaw
WITHERSLACK 51A - Holy Well
A peep inside Holy Well at Witherslack in Cumbria.
Holy Well is a low cave discovered in 1656 which had a chalybeate (natural mineral spring containing iron salts) flowing from it. The spring has since disappeared. The cave has several entrances and is said to contain 165 metres of passages (best left to the experts).
July 01, 2020
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