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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Furze Hill Wood Mixed Mine

Furze Hill Wood Mixed Mine (United Kingdom)


Worked for Copper, Tin

A small and very ancient tin/copper mine near tavistock on the endge of the dartmoor grainites, has been worked since at least 1673 and consists mostly of open workings with a few shallow shafts.

a very good and informative piece about furze hill by Mike Brown on the Dartmoor Press site can be found at:[url]http://www.dartmoorpress.clara.net/WalknMining.html#FURZEHILL%20MINE[/url]

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Last updated September 2nd 2007 by ferret
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Last updated September 2nd 2007 by ferret

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Major Mining Region

Furze Hill Wood Mixed Mine belongs to the Dartmoor region.

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