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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > High Grinding Lead Mill > All Photos of High Grinding Lead Mill

All Photos of High Grinding (Dales Chemical Company Baryte Mill) Lead Mill (United Kingdom)

Displaying 28 Photos

Engine House (The Break House)
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Engine House (The Break House) Arch
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Engine House (The Break House)
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View towards the Engine House (The Break House)
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Coalgrovehead Reservoir
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High Grinding Mill
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Tank
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Photographs Of High Grinding (Photo ref 88954)
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Photographs Of High Grinding (Photo ref 88953)
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Photographs Of High Grinding (Photo ref 88952)
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Photographs Of High Grinding (Photo ref 88951)
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Photographs Of High Grinding (Photo ref 88950)
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Cliff and Sons Wortley
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Curved Bricks
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Tank
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Looks like a loading bay
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Pipework under tank
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Brick lined tank
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Tank overflow and access to underneath
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Dales Chemical Company Baryte Mill
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Bottom of hopper
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High Grinding Mill
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Dales Chemical Company Baryte Mill
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Modern building over the original High Grinding Mill
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Hopper, Dales Chemical Company Baryte Mill
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Dales Chemical Company Baryte Mill
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Dales Chemical Company Baryte Mill
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Waterwheel run-off
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