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Greenside Lead Mine (United Kingdom)

The largest lead in Lakeland, worked for approx 150 years. The immensly rich vein produced 1,105,413 tons of lead & silver ore and was worked to a total depth of about 3000 feet and for a distance of two miles.

Photos of Greenside Lead Mine

Photographs Of Greenside
Photographs Of Greenside (10 photos)
Last updated April 20th 2019 by Gavin
Greenside Surface Features
Greenside Surface Features (1 photo)
Last updated March 6th 2015 by Morlock
Historic Photographs Of Greenside
Historic Photographs Of Greenside (13 photos)
Last updated December 19th 2014 by Dickie Bird

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Documents for Greenside Lead Mine

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Major Mining Region

Greenside Lead Mine belongs to the Lake District region.

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