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The walls came tumbling down in Springhill

The weight of six decades of neglect became too much for one of Springhill’s connections to its mining past. The wall of the miners’ wash house let go on the evening of April 12 while Springhill Ground Search and Rescue members were present across the street. Public works cleaned up some of the bricks and fixed fencing damaged by the falling bricks.
The weight of six decades of neglect became too much for one of Springhill’s connections to its mining past. The wall of the miners’ wash house let go on the evening of April 12 while Springhill Ground Search and Rescue members were present across the street. Public works cleaned up some of the bricks and fixed fencing damaged by the falling bricks. - Christopher Gooding

The weight of six decades of neglect became too much for one of Springhill’s connections to its mining past. The wall of the miners’ wash house let go on the evening of April 12 while Springhill Ground Search and Rescue members were present across the street. Public works cleaned up some of the bricks and fixed fencing damaged by the falling bricks. 

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