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English: Quarrymen splitting slate at Dinorwig Quarry, Wales c. 1910 Dinorwic Quarry
Deutsch: Steinbrucharbeiter spalten Schiefer im Dinorwic-Steinbruch
Date circa 1910
Source Scanned by Rhion Pritchard 01/09/2006 from "Dinorwic Slate Quarries, Portdinorwic" an album of photographs published by the Dinorwic Quarry Co. c. 1910. → File:Chwareli.jpg
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