Luccombe Quarry

Also known as Bradford on Avon 5, Vezey’s Quarry and possibly? Kingsfield Quarry, This small underground quarry originally had more than one entrance as a backfilled entrance is visible, to the southeast of the main entrance, from inside the quarry. It now consists of a short loop of quarry roadway with a few uncompleted short workings.

The entrance to the larger underground quarry is situated in a shallow open quarry face at the east end of the garden of Budbury Cottage.
Now partially obscured by infill, the old working face continues into an adjacent area of waste land known as the Wilderness.

Before the First World War the Bradford Volunteers used Kingsfield Quarry as an underground rifle range.

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