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Andrew (Magpie) Tin Mine (United Kingdom)


Data courtesy of Roy Morton and Roy Fellows. Once part of United Mines, later incorporated into Mount Wellington. Existing remains consist of the Count House and Engine House, both now private dwellings. The engine house appears to have housed an inverted beam engine, and the engine shaft itself is plugged with 3 metres of concrete. A second shaft by the roadside is covered with a concrete slab.
Also worked for a time with Nangiles and Bread and Cheese Mines.

I believe that Friendship was the other name for Andrew and Magpie was the other name for Mount Wellington. Pickwick.

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Last updated July 26th 2011 by LeeW
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Last updated December 31st 2007 by royfellows

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