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Lambshouse And Gull Point Slate Quarry (United Kingdom)


Two Coastal slate quarries, difficult to differentiate, including a ‘box cave’. Very dramatic site. Pre-1884. Tintagel Youth Hostel is the former quarry workshops and offices. Details of surviving features listed in “Coastal Slate Quarries – Tintagel to Trebarwith” (1990)Adam Sharpe, CAU archaeological survey for the National Trust. ISBN 1 871162 95 5

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Lambshouse And Gull Point Slate Quarry belongs to the East Cornwall & Kit Hill region.

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