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Home > Profile of Redwinch > All Photos by Redwinch

All Photos by Redwinch

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Unwatering a blockage
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Hudgill mine silver
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Engine shaft, Rampgill circa 1980
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ER1 Compressor
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Grassington moor chimney circa 1990
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Wales 1981
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Oldhams alloy extension
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Aerial ropeway foundations
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dressing plant circa 1983
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Ashgillhead circa 1983
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Debris at shaft bottom 1981
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Horse & Wagon, Nentsberry
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Winch Mk3 2001
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Winch Mk1 1981
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Descent of Brewerey shaft 1981
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Driving position
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Entrance blockage 1978
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Reynolds news, Rampgill horse level
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father joke
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Smelt mill flues 2006
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Groverake general view
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Groverake headgear
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Junction circa 1985
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Compressor room 1981
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Ore chute Cligga, 1981
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Stoping in Cligga 1981
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Slime tables 1981
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South Crofty Headgear 1981
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Redwinch above rampgil, surface shot
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Shaker table 1981
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Air receiver
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Water feed pipe 1973
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Ball mill 1981
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Rampgill entrance gate 1980
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Compressed air loading shovel
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Runaway sprag
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Passing loop
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Mine tubs
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Incline haulage winch 002
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Incline haulage winch
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