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Draethen Lead Mine (United Kingdom)

These lead workings date back to roman times up to the mid 19th century and were worked on surface and by shaft. The site is now heavily forested. Artifacts of both viking and roman origin have been found on site.

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Last updated May 17th 2016 by christwigg
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Last updated May 2nd 2009 by ICLOK

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Major Mining Region

Draethen Lead Mine belongs to the South Wales region.

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