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Dale Sough (Cross Flatts Sough) Lead Mine (United Kingdom)

Low bolt issuing good flow of water into River Bradford. Tail goit follows the north bank of the river for several yards. Driven early 18th century.

The sough mouth is located on the opposite side of the river to Timperley Sough (run-in) and above the weir, however the mouth is run-in and the bolt also appears to have collapsed and covered in rocks. Although the line of it can be traced running alongside the river).

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Last updated January 13th 2014 by LeeW
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Last updated June 6th 2012 by mikehiggins

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Dale Sough Lead Mine belongs to the Derbyshire region.

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