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Harehope Gill Lead Mine (United Kingdom)

A shaft sunk on Swandale Vein alongside the Stanhope- Edmundbyers road, all that remains now is a large shale tip.

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Last updated January 10th 2019 by Jim MacPherson
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Last updated August 20th 2007 by sparty_lea

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Major Mining Region

Harehope Gill Lead Mine belongs to the Durham Dales region.

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