DescriptionOnce upon a time, these stony corridors would have been a hellish environment of burning limestone. Each of the entrances leads to a large concave space which would have been packed with coal, creating a superheated calcite reaction. The resultant material was important for its use as building mortar in addition to being widely employed in agriculture as an effective fertiliser.
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