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Ffriddllechwedd (Ffridd) Lead Mine (United Kingdom)

Also known as Ffridd. Part of Caernarfonshire Consols, Bryn Llugwy, Coed Mawr Pool, Pool Mining, Great Challinor, North Wales Mining.

Two shafts. Originally linked underground to Coed Mawr Pool.

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