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Wheal Devonshire (Warren Well Or Warren's Well) Tin Mine (United Kingdom)


Wheal Devonshire

Wheal Devonshire worked for Tin at the base of the St.Agnes granite mass. at shallow depths the workings entered a decomposing granite which at surface was worked as a clay work supplying candle clay to the mines. South Crofty was buying clay from The St.Agnes Candle Clay Works as late as 1908.

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Last updated July 30th 2014 by pat
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Last updated January 7th 2009 by Roy Morton

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Major Mining Region

Wheal Devonshire Tin Mine belongs to the St Agnes - Newquay region.

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