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Calstock Port (United Kingdom)

Mining was certainly important in Calstock from Mediaeval times, with the Duchy mining silver. The industry was booming in the late 19th century and the discovery of copper, and coupled with nearby granite quarrying made Calstock a busy port.

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Photographs Of Calstock
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Last updated July 2nd 2009 by Scoggan
Historic Photographs Of Calstock
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Last updated April 24th 2009 by carnkie

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Major Mining Region

Calstock Port belongs to the Caradon District region.

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