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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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Not to be confused with the Lumbridge Swamp south-east mine or the Lumbridge Swamp south-west mine.

The Lumbridge mine, also called the caved-in mine, was released during the Learning the Ropes quest update. It contains tin and copper ore, and 3 anvils. The smithing tutor and mining tutor are found here. Unfortunately, after the tutorial, the mine caves in, though the tutors residing within had escaped. It is revealed later that the cave-in was caused by a three-headed Dragon, which had escaped a fight with Sir Vant underneath Lumbridge.

The mine was most likely under River Lum, as there is a small pool in it with water constantly dripping in. There were mining cart tracks there leading into unknown places. Also, after the update, a large chunk of rock appeared in Lumbridge, possibly part of the mine.

It should be noted that the mine would have been one of the best places to train smithing through the beginning levels of smithing where players must make bronze items due to the mine's proximity to an anvil, a furnace and the bank. This mine is currently inaccessible.

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