Chislehurst Caves is a 22mi long series of intersecting tunnels in Chislehurst, Bromley, in Southeast London, England. They were used for chalk mining and flint mining from the 13–19th centuries..OverviewToday the caves are a tourist attraction and although they are called caves, they are entirely man-made and were dug and used as chalk and flint mines.
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