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  1. Thanks so much Steve!!! Thats what I was looking for!!!!!!
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  2. I could open mine with a penknife. 😤
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  3. Sorry, a bit of a mix-up between posts… Until very recently, I haven't been keeping any records of exactly where and when I find each stone, but I have a pretty good memory. I'm still researching the industrial hubs that could have utilised this type of stone… The small ‘grindstones' in question were found in the River Don, between Neepsend and the Wicker. The bed of the river throughout this stretch probably contains more man-made detritus than natural stone: discarded building bricks are the predominant feature…
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  4. Hi Athy, You're right - it was a long time ago! The name 'Morrell' rings a bell, I wonder if she had a sister/brother whose about my age (69yrs), who went to Gleadless PS? Cheers, Wazzie Worrall.
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  5. Here are 2 quite old photos taken at coaling area of Grimesthorpe shed
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