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Ian Guyver

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Posted: 14/11/2020 16:41:51
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Hi, please could someone help? I would really like to use the following photo in my blog, documenting COrnish place.



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On my walk through the area we didnt visit the 3 engine house mines everyone talks about being a good example of typical pumping, winching and crushing activites - we had a bit of a problem with a local landowner when we tried to visit the trigpoint - just a misunderstanding as we trespassed over her land to get to the trig not knowing who to ask etc.. and in the moment carried on our walk forgetting the important mining area and not taking any photos!

https://img0.wordpress.com/2020/11/02/tpk-walk-99-st-agnes-beacon-radnor/

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Posted: 14/11/2020 17:50:05
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Yes its ICLOC, just click on his username and you will get down the page an option to send him a personal mail. He will get an email copy so will be aware even if not using the site..

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Posted: 14/11/2020 17:53:04
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Thankyou I am trying to contact him. Nice site, overwhelming amount of interesting stuff. Is there any stuff on reopening mines for Lithium extraction in Cornwall out of interest?
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Posted: 14/11/2020 18:05:58
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Yes and still on our front page, but you need to scroll down to see it.
You will get the hang of the site after a bit.

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Posted: 14/11/2020 19:00:42
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Ian Guyver wrote:



Is there any stuff on reopening mines for Lithium extraction in Cornwall out of interest?
Cheers
Ian



Its here:

https://www.aditnow.co.uk/Community/viewtopic.aspx?p=205635#msg205635

Welcome to AditNow. Love your trig blog Thumb Up
Having worked as a mining engineer and land surveyor in a previous life I love walking to trig points...as long as I don't need to do any work when I get there Laugh


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Posted: 14/11/2020 19:02:31
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Ah thanks. Sounds like an interesting career. thanks for getting in contact and the link!

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