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Grinton How Smelt Mill (1972)

This series of photos were all taken, probably on one visit in 1972, prior to conservation work, some have quite detailed annotations so presumably there was some information available at the time. The conservation work seems to have included a certain amount of restoration of the pediment walling on the ramp.

This photograph was uploaded November 23rd 2017 by Jim MacPherson.

Copyright / re-use statement: John F MacPherson

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