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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > New Engine Lead Mine > Historic Photographs Of New Engines > The fine chimney, wantonly demolished. Photo dated: 1970

The fine chimney, wantonly demolished. Photo dated: 1970

Great shame this fine structure was demolished. Shared the same fate as that at Watergrove and, earlier Calver Sough. Lady Bird provides the scale whilst the functioning Ladywash Mine is visible at left.

This photograph is by Dickie Bird and was uploaded December 15th 2014. © Dickie Bird please do not copy or distribute without prior express permission.

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