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Stotfield Burn Mixed Mine (United Kingdom)

Located on the Red Vein, at the southeast end of the village of Rookhope, the mine was originally developed in the 1860s for lead, but with poor results. It was reopened in the early 20th century for fluorspar and operated until ore reserves became depleted in 1966

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Last updated July 3rd 2007 by Captain Scarlet

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Major Mining Region

Stotfield Burn Mixed Mine belongs to the Durham Dales region.

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