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Jingler (Rolley) Lead Mine (United Kingdom)

This started as a lead mine and was known as Rolley Mine up to about 1850. but was latterly worked for Fluorspar reaching a depth of 75m. During the 1920's a wooden headframe was erected which was only removed in 1979. The shaft is now covered with a concrete cap.
The buildings at the shaft were corrugated and the steam winder unusuall as the cylinders were either side of the winding drum.

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Last updated December 14th 2014 by Dickie Bird
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Last updated August 5th 2008 by ICLOK

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Major Mining Region

Jingler Lead Mine belongs to the Derbyshire region.

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