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All Photos by christwigg

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Stanhopeburn Blast Furnace
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Old Postcard of Stulls
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Waterfall into workings
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Cornish Engine House at Vaughan Shaft
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Llanwrst Tub at Llywernog
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14'' Waterwheel originally from Eagle Foundry Aberystwyth 1890
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Well
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Upsall Miners 1904
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Haugh Pit 1860
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Tan Hill
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Joseph and David Flack around 1997
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2 tonne scoop - £60K ONO
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Three-quarter ton scoop
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David Flack around 1997
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Lambton D Pit Wooden Waggonway
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Niche Item
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Clemows Shaft Early 1970s
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Treweeks Shaft Early 1970s
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Today
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iom
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IOM
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Opencast 1973
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Opencast 1973
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Opencast 1973
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Opencast 1973
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Opencast 1973
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Opencast 1973
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Opencast 1973
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1975
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1975
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Powder Magazine 1979
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Octagon Smelt Mill
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1973
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1973
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1973
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1973
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1973
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1973
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1973
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1973
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Slate Dressing Shed
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Quarry pre-1935
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Dressing The Slate
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Sawing a block of Slate
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Quarry Looking South
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Surface Remains
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Surface Remains
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Surface Remains
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Safety LED Miners Caplamps Moore Books: Specialist Books I.A. Recordings: Mining and Industrial History DVDs Starless River - Caving Store Explore a Disused Welsh Slate Mine
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