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Rampgill Firestone Level Lead Mine (United Kingdom)


Firestone Level, Nenthead, Cumbria. OS Ref: NY787434.

The Firestone Level is part of the Rampgill Mine workings and runs parallel above the Rampgill Vein for almost its full course. It was driven in 1830 to give better access to the workings and to improve ventilation.

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Major Mining Region

Rampgill Firestone Level Lead Mine belongs to the Alston Moor region.

See also:

Rampgill Firestone Level Lead Mine was served by:

Nenthead Mill

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All lead mines in United Kingdom (NY)
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