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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Wheal Grenville Tin Mine

Wheal Grenville Tin Mine (United Kingdom)


This mine operated from 1820 to 1920 producing copper but mainly tin. A fabulous 90" engine house and 40" whim engine house stand on Fortescues shaft. The stamps engine house lies to the South on the ridge known as the New stamps. It was eventually worked with Grenville Utd.
Above Description by ICLOK






Parish: ST.STEPHEN

Data courtesy of Roy Fellows and Roy Morton

Photos of Wheal Grenville Tin Mine

Photographs Of Grenville
Photographs Of Grenville (75 photos)
Last updated September 24th 2016 by Scoggan
Historic Photographs Of Grenville
Historic Photographs Of Grenville (1 photo)
Last updated December 8th 2009 by carnkie

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Major Mining Region

Wheal Grenville Tin Mine belongs to the Camborne and Redruth region.

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