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BOULBY UNDERGROUND LABORATORY
Boulby Underground Laboratory is a multi-disciplinary, deep-underground science facility operating 1.1km below ground in a working potash and rock-salt mine in the North East of England
Annual reports from 1957 to 1972, which are now digitised. These reports include the details of experiments at Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, including building facilities such as Nimrod and the proton linear accelerator.