These pools were created from two former limestone quarries. The bluegreen water here has a high visibility, making it perfect for swimming and scuba diving. With its crystal clear blue waters, the Blue Lagoon looks like it belongs in a tropical location.
Now, in a bid to prevent people from bathing in the disused quarry at Harpur Hill, near Buxton, Derbyshire, the council has taken the incredible step of dying it black. Dangerous: This disused quarry in Derbyshire – known as the Blue Lagoon – has been dyed black to prevent people from swimming in it
The Poisonous Blue Lagoon of Harpur Hill — Buxton From a distance, an abandoned quarry at Harpur Hill in the English town of Buxton looks like a true paradise. The water is a brilliant turquoise blue that looks like something from the Mediterranean.
The Blue Lagoon Known for its otherworldly blue glow, this former quarry in Buxton, Derbyshire draws masses of people to its bright waters every year, despite signs explicitly warning swimmers to stay clear of its toxic waters.
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The 'blue Lagoon' Buxton posted in Motor Mouth Section : I've heard about this blue lagoon place off a few of my mates. The pictures i'd seen of it looked too good to be true, so decided to take a trip down there. Its in buxton, off the and fiddle and you park in a layby near the go kart track. Its in a disused part of a quarry, you have to walk through some fields and stuff for about a ...
After walking from Buxton to the tower through the Poole's Cavern Country Park and back again we drove to Harpur Hill to see the famous "Blue Lagoon". Or more accurately the vividly tinted caustic lake in the disused limestone quarry.
Oct 14, 2012· The poison Blue Lagoon: It might look inviting, but the water is almost as toxic as bleach Water contains car wrecks, dead animals, excrement and rubbish. but families still go in for a dip Lake in former limestone quarry measures pH, just less than ammonia at .
The Blue Lagoon (GC6FZ84) by meltdiceburg I enjoyed all three EarthCaches I did on the day but The Blue Lagoon was definitely my favourite. It is relatively new, having only been published in mid April.
"Blue Lagoon" of Buxton in England was used as part of the quarrying process and was also used as a dumping ground. Recently black dye was dumped into the lake for safety reasons. The previous turquoise water was so inviting that even the signs to keep people out did not keep swimmers out.
It was known as England's Blue Lagoon and its tranquil turquoise waters really did resemble those of an exotic watery paradise, but the popular swimming spot located near Buxton, was actually a ...