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Buckland Copper Mine (United Kingdom)

Also known as Wheal Fortescue or North Wheal Fortescue. Workings located around Belwell, incl. shaft at 66953180, in Pitt Wood and at Middlecott Hill (676325). Worked for copper before 1724, from 1736 to at least 1773, and 1844 to 1849. (Claughton, 1989)

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