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A few of the underwater attractions that can be found at The Delph. Map of the quarry - click for larger image. Jet provost - Sitting at 16 metres. Marked with yellow buoy. AA Guns - Sitting at 13 metres. Marked with yellow buoy. Armoured personel carrier - Sitting at 14 metres.
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Eccleston Quarry is a mile south of Eccleston, Lancashire. It is also called Eccleston Delph. On 14 October 1979 a body was discovered in the quarry by local divers, known as the "Handless Corpse".
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Eccleston Quarry is a mile south of Eccleston, Lancashire. It is also called Eccleston Delph and Eccy Delph. It is an old stone quarry that flooded. It is a popular site for scuba diving. Visibility is generally very poor and ropes have been strung between each underwater 'feature' to aid navigation, since traditional compass methods are all but impossible in the murky waters. Though much work ...
Eccleston Quarry is a mile south of Eccleston, Lancashire. It is also called Eccleston Delph and Eccy Delph . It is an old stone quarry that flooded.
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