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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Wheal Trumpet Consols Tin Mine

Wheal Trumpet Consols (Wheal Ann & Wheal Dream) Tin Mine (United Kingdom)


Operated: 1854-1880
Output: 4,510T Tin, 20T Copper
Rems: Pumping engine house to be found on the Wheal ann part of the sett with seperate mostly collapsed stack. Wheal Dream sett marked Smaller whim engine house to the West.

Parish: WENDRON

Photos of Wheal Trumpet Consols Tin Mine

Photographs Of Trumpet Consols
Photographs Of Trumpet Consols (24 photos)
Last updated November 25th 2016 by B175
Visit To Wheal Trumpet Consols
Visit To Wheal Trumpet Consols (16 photos)
Last updated December 15th 2011 by ICLOK
Historic Photographs Of Trumpet Consols
Historic Photographs Of Trumpet Consols (0 photos)
Last updated December 31st 2007 by royfellows

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Documents for Wheal Trumpet Consols Tin Mine

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Major Mining Region

Wheal Trumpet Consols Tin Mine belongs to the Helston - Wendron region.

See also:

Wheal Trumpet Consols Tin Mine was served by:

Gweek Tin Port

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All tin mines in United Kingdom (SW)
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