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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Page's Lead Shaft

Page's Lead Shaft (United Kingdom)


This exceptionally large shaft was sunk around 1809 to house a Trevithick hydraulic engine, pumping water up to the level of Hillcarr Sough.

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Last updated February 25th 2014 by AR
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Last updated January 1st 2013 by AR

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