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Luskey Copper Mine (United Kingdom)

Parish: NORTHILL. Orignal entry courtesy of Roy Fellows and Roy Morton. Dines identifies this as a prospecting adit for copper. The adit is driven for some distance from the south bank of the Lynher River. The description by Dines correlates closely to observed features (late 1970s). No evidence of stoping operations were seen.

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Last updated May 17th 2011 by ferret
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Last updated December 31st 2007 by royfellows

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