Miners from Wales are helping to save hundreds of homes from collapse in one of England's most picturesque cities.
They cross the Severn Bridge each day to stabilise stone mines underneath Bath, amid fears for houses above its historic Combe Down mines.
Miles of mining tunnels run beneath the city, some of them only about 2m (6ft) below the surface.
Wednesday, February 21, 2007
Underneath Don Foster
The BBC reports: