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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Nenthead Mill > Historic Photographs Of Nenthead > Nenthead Smelt Mill (1970''s/80''s)

Nenthead Smelt Mill (1970''s/80''s)

Bingsteads at Rampgill (as per JFM annotation). I can't give a closer date as yet.

Looking at Dickie Bird's 1975 pic in the current album, this photo may be earlier as the roofs on the top right building and the centre right seem to be more intact.

Dave Williams has several Harry Parker photos of the area, some with Eric Richardson in, which seem to be of a later date than Dickie Bird's pics as many of the buildings had gone by then.

This photograph was uploaded August 2nd 2016 by Jim MacPherson.

Copyright / re-use statement: John F MacPherson

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  • Pity the surviving structures today are even more fragmentory! (legendrider)
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