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Posts by stivesconsols

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Topic: Giew Mine Conservation Date?
stivesconsols

Forum: South West England   Posted: 26/06/2013 16:34:52   Subject: Giew Mine Conservation Date?
Interesting photos. Thanks. I've just uploaded a few photos of the engine house prior to renovation to the Giew Mixed Mine Archive Album.
Topic: Giew Mine Conservation Date?
stivesconsols

Forum: South West England   Posted: 18/06/2013 00:59:41   Subject: Giew Mine Conservation Date?
The engine house at Giew was conserved in 1994 having attracted a £25,000 derelict land grant the previous year. It was the first time Penwith District Council were involved in an engine house restora
Topic: mines of redruth
stivesconsols

Forum: South West England   Posted: 23/03/2013 14:31:56   Subject: mines of redruth
Yes, Stuey, those plans are from an article in The Mining & Smelting Magazine (September 1862). I've just uploaded the complete article.
Topic: mines of redruth
stivesconsols

Forum: South West England   Posted: 22/03/2013 18:12:30   Subject: mines of redruth
I've just uploaded a couple of plans to the Pednandrea Archive Album.
Topic: Can you still get into these mines???
stivesconsols

Forum: South West England   Posted: 16/01/2013 01:37:56   Subject: Can you still get into these mines???
Not sure about that. I know there is an unnamed shaft (1250 feet from Cornish Shaft) at the rear of the houses at Nanjivey Terrace, presumably plugged. The plan I have has a note by this shaft reading
Topic: Can you still get into these mines???
stivesconsols

Forum: South West England   Posted: 15/01/2013 20:06:27   Subject: Can you still get into these mines???
I believe Old Sump Shaft now lies under the decking constructed in front of 'Victory Heights', the house converted from an old Water Board building some years ago.

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