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Ramsley Copper Mine (United Kingdom)

Description by ICLOK

Copper mine in operation 1858 to 1909 approx 1 mile South east of Sticklepath. positioned on the left of the original A30 road to Throwleigh, very little remains of the mine. The shaft was near the surviving chimney on the hillside and the outline of shaft can be seen. Follow the level around the hillside on to the spoil heap to find the mill site. A large waterwheel once operated in the valley below but no trace now exists.
Output 9,788T of Copper recorded.

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Historic Photographs Of Ramsley (3 photos)
Last updated January 25th 2019 by Dickie Bird
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Photographs Of Ramsley (1 photo)
Last updated June 9th 2012 by DavidHearne

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