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Tyllau Mwyn (Friar's Coat) Copper Mine (United Kingdom)

High on the Arans are (approx 600m) is a small mine that David Bick associated with the account of the Friar's Coat Mine. There are some open cuts, lines of what appear to be costeening (prospecting) pits. An Adit is open, which disharges ochrous water. There is also a shaft/adit. The buildings have long sinced collapsed and there is a curious causeway struture.

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Last updated July 23rd 2007 by Wyn
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Last updated July 23rd 2007 by Wyn

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Major Mining Region

Tyllau Mwyn Copper Mine belongs to the Metal mines of North Wales region.

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