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Llanfyrnach Lead Mine (United Kingdom)


Pembrokeshire's largest non-ferrous metal mine. Straddling the River Taf to the south-east of Crymych and 650 metres north of Llanfyrnach parish church

Go to http://people.exeter.ac.uk/pfclaugh/mhinf/llanfyr.htm for full details.

The mine is on private land.

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Last updated March 7th 2011 by Peter Claughton
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Last updated March 7th 2011 by Peter Claughton

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