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Bacon Close Lead Mine (United Kingdom)

Bacon Close Vein ranges from Sideforholme Shaft along the River Bradford southeast to Old Cross Vein, north of Hollow Farm.
The site of the Bacon Close Mines is believed to be the southeastern end of the vein where there are a number of shafts, mounds and hillocks.
The named shafts include:
Locker Shaft: SK 2174 6391
Middle Shaft: SK 2183 6386

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Last updated January 21st 2014 by LeeW
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Last updated January 15th 2014 by LeeW

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Major Mining Region

Bacon Close Lead Mine belongs to the Derbyshire region.

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