Descending through a stope in the north workings.
With the 'old man's' timbering over head, a route can be followed through through to the sea cave.
When the sea crashes into the cave on a stormy day, the air is compressed and rushes through the mine with force. How could the candles have remained lit.
A series of short cross cuts reveals the parallel vein in this part of the mine and rumor has it that somewhere a stationary steam engine lies buried.