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Lockridge (Goldstreet) Lead Mine (United Kingdom)


a small lead-silver mine on the eastern most lode of the Bere Alston mines, not surface remain are visible accept an ornate stack at the top of the sett, by a filled shaft. the dumps (now very much scatted where reworked in 1942)
more info and some pics can be found here: [url]http://devon-mining-club.org.uk/Members%20Websites/Chris's/Beer%20Peninsula/part%201.htm[/url]

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Major Mining Region

Lockridge Lead Mine belongs to the Tamar Valley region.

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