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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Bradda Lead Mine > Historic Photographs Of Bradda > South Bradda mine from shaft plat 1976

South Bradda mine from shaft plat 1976

Like some of the Cornish mines, South Bradda worked along the interface between land and sea. The engine house is a little way above high water mark whilst the shaft platform is about 15 feet above this level. The picture is from this point

This photograph is by Dickie Bird and was uploaded January 11th 2015. © Dickie Bird please do not copy or distribute without prior express permission.

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