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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Merrivale (Upper) Tin Blowing House > Photographs Of Merrivale Upper > Overview of the Merrivale Blowing House and Stamps

Overview of the Merrivale Blowing House and Stamps

Note the context adjacent the river Walkham and the large, well preserved wheel pit adjacent the main precinct. The tail race of the blowing house wheel appears to run down to the plaza of the stamping mill; where it could've been directed over square wooden buddles for dressing tin.

This photograph is by Karl Marx and was uploaded June 8th 2020. © Karl Marx please do not copy or distribute without prior express permission.

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