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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Burlington Slate Mine

Burlington (Kirkby Moor Quarry) Slate Mine (United Kingdom)


A large slate quarry near Kirkby-in-Furness. Most of the underground workings have probably been quarried away, or run-in; although a few can still be seen. The underground areas appear to be on the side of the working part of the quarry, and access could only be by asking Burlington Stone.

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Photographs Of Burlington
Photographs Of Burlington (9 photos)
Last updated November 24th 2012 by james l
Historic Photographs Of Burlington
Historic Photographs Of Burlington (1 photo)
Last updated September 12th 2009 by SimonRL

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Major Mining Region

Burlington Slate Mine belongs to the Lake District region.

See also:

Burlington Slate Mine was served by:

Sandside Slate Port

See more:

All slate mines in United Kingdom (SD)
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