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Ashgill Field Lead Mine (United Kingdom)

Mine worked from levels and shafts beside Ash Gill there were extensive workings in the Tynebottom Limestone but these are all flooded. A level beside Ashgill Force in the limestone is blocked very quickly, one from beside the Tyne is open though fairly short. The shaft workings in the field are flooded.

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Last updated January 23rd 2014 by christwigg
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Last updated September 13th 2009 by james l

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Major Mining Region

Ashgill Field Lead Mine belongs to the Alston Moor region.

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