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White Creek Iron Mine (United Kingdom)

A small iron mine in the Arnside district, in south Cumbria. The mine produced heamotite from what appears to be pockets of ore. The ore was mainly used in the paint industry.

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Last updated December 29th 2019 by cubitmg
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Last updated April 4th 2007 by LAP

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