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  • MINERAL RESOURCES IN SHROPSHIRE Geology of Shropshire

    Table 1 THE MAIN MINERAL DEPOSITS IN SHROPSHIRE HOLOCENE (youngest) Peat. Formerly worked commercially at Whixall Moss North Shropshire. Alluvial Raised Terrace Deposits. Worked near Ludlow and formerly south of Bridgnorth. PLEISTOCENE Sand and Gravel. Important resource occurring widely in Shropshire. Best developed in North Shropshire plain.

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  • Uncovering the history of lead amp; barytes mining Areas of

    At Tankerville lead mine, also managed by Shropshire Mines Trust, the project has designed and installed new interpretation panels. Across all three sites, the project has coordinated volunteer work parties to clear invasive vegetation and to help maintain the condition and extent of the cultural heritage.

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  • Snailbeach District Railways

    Snailbeach District Railways was a British narrow gauge railway in Shropshire. It was built to carry lead ore from mines in the Stiperstones to Pontesbury where the ore was transshipped to the Great Western Railway 's Minsterley branch line .

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  • Collapsing Shropshire heritage mine 'safe' for visitors

    A quot;uniquequot; historical site in Shropshire that was in danger of quot;serious collapsequot; has been made safe for visitors, a heritage group says. Tankerville, a Victorian lead mine which helped power the

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  • Mining History Network .. WWW sites University of Exeter

    Mining History Network .. Other Web Sites and Online Resources See also British Mining Database shropshiremines.uk/bmd/index.htm. Aachen Mining http

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  • North Tankerville Mine (Snailbeach New West Mine

    North Tankerville Mine (Snailbeach New West Mine; Roundhill Mine), Buxton Hill Cefn Gwynlle District, Shropshire, England, UK North Tankerville and Snailbeach New West are the same mine, although North Tankerville is not really near Tankerville or Snailbeach mines. The name was changed from North Tankerville in 1889

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  • Tankerville lead mine, Worthen with Shelve, Shropshire

    Finally, between 1911 and 1913, the mine was leased by Shropshire Lead Mines , who also appear to have been unsuccessful, and the site and its fittings were eventually sold. Standing and other remains associated with the early mining operations at Tankerville are located in the north eastern part of the site, close to the original shaft.

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  • Field Guide to Stiperstones Mines, Shropshire Moore Books

    Adrian Pearce, A5, 60pp Published on behalf of the Shropshire Mines Trust (all monies go to the trust) The book provides a very usefi;led field guide to the miones of the Stiperstones area, Snailbeach is world famous however the other mines in the area are also worthy of mention.

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  • Shropshire Caving amp; Mining Club Journals

    Contents. Why are Tankerville's Main Lodes where they are? Richard Fowler; Guide to Carrying out your own Research Project, Adrian Pearce Gholstly SOunds from Glas Shaft, Esgairhir Mine, Bob Southwick Steam Engines of Pennerley Mine, Ivor Brown Field Notes on Shropshire Mines 1993, Adrian Pearce St.

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  • Shropshire Mines Trust Limited Shropshire Community

    Shropshire Mines Trust Limited. Description Shropshire Mines Trust can offer surface and walk in underground visits to Snailbeach Lead Mine. Visits can be adapted for schools or specialised interests, and group visits can be organised on weekdays or weekends.

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  • The ironstone mines of Shropshire

    Proceedings of the Shropshire Geological Society, 9, 79 7 199 0 Shropshire Geological Society The ironstone mines of Shropshire Ivor Brown 1 BROWN, I.J. (1990). The ironstone mines of Shropshire. Proceedings of the Shropshire Geological Society, 9, 7 9.

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  • Links Moorebooks

    The home of U.K. Mine Exploring, Mining History and Historical Mining Archives. This website provides photographs and information on many of the disused mines found across the U.K. Shropshire Mines Trust January 21, 2008 1159 am We were set up as a charitable Trust in March 1996 to preserve the Tankerville Mine near Pennerley but we have

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  • Tankerville Mine I.A.Recordings

    1830s Mine leased by Walker, Cross and Company, but they neglected the mine in favour of Bog and Pennerley mines. 1860s Mine taken over by Heighway Jones, who discovers and exploits the Tankerville vein. Arthur Waters appointed mine manager. 1870 Joint stock company quot;Tankerville Mining Companyquot; floated to develop Tankerville and improve output.

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  • Pyrite from North Tankerville Mine (Snailbeach New West

    Click here to view North Tankerville Mine (Snailbeach New West Mine; Roundhill Mine), Buxton Hill Cefn Gwynlle District, Shropshire, England, UK Nearest other occurrences of Pyrite 2.6km (1.6 miles)

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  • Tankerville Mine Derelict Places

    Nov 11, 20110183;32;Tankerville's shaft was the deepest in the Shropshire orefield at 1,690ft and was vertical for a short distance before descending at an angle. Although it was mainly worked for lead, it also produced barytes, calcite, silver and zinc during its working life between 1865 1925.

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  • Tankerville Lead Mine, Tankerville, Worthen with Shelve

    The site is currently owned by the Shropshire Mines Trust and various conservation works have been undertaken, the most recent of which have received funding from English Heritage. The current work aims to improve water drainage to prevent erosion of stone built features.

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  • Liberal England Lead mines and poetry A podcast on W.H

    Oct 24, 20180183;32;Like me, Auden had a fondness for ruined lead mines. The photograph above shows the Tankerville Mine in Shropshire, but Auden's favourites were those of the Northern Pennines. Posted by Jonathan Calder at 948 pm. Email This BlogThis Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest.

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  • Roman Gravels lead mine, Worthen with Shelve, Shropshire

    Roman Gravels lead mine is a Scheduled Monument in Worthen with Shelve, Shropshire, England. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of this building.

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  • Tankerville lead mine, Worthen with Shelve 1014865

    Tankerville lead mine survives well and is regarded as one of the finest surviving 19th century mining complexes in Shropshire. It is a compact site where the buildings are clearly inter related and where the original layout of the complex has been little altered by subsequent development.

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  • Liberal England Tankerville lead mine, Shropshire

    Oct 25, 20100183;32;The remains of the Tankerville mine can be found down a steep track about a mile south of Stiperstones village. They have recently been conserved by the Shropshire Mines Trust. For a few brief years in the 1860s and 1870s this was the most productive lead mine in the country.

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  • Tankerville Mine Shropshire Mines Trust

    Tankerville Mine This lead mine is owned by Shropshire Mines Trust who acquired the freehold in 1996. Originally it was called Ovenpipe with the earliest record of mining being in the 1830s.

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  • Uncovering the history of lead amp; barytes mining Areas of

    At Tankerville lead mine, also managed by Shropshire Mines Trust, the project has designed and installed new interpretation panels. Across all three sites, the project has coordinated volunteer work parties to clear invasive vegetation and to help maintain the condition and extent of the cultural heritage.

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  • History Shropshire Mines

    Tankerville mine, recent restoration work. By Mike Worsfold Many of you will not have visited the Tankerville Mine site, and may not be aware that Shropshire Mines Trust was formed for the purpose of taking ownership of this site, so I will give a brief history of

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  • Liberal England Tankerville lead mine, Shropshire

    Oct 25, 20100183;32;Tankerville lead mine, Shropshire The remains of the Tankerville mine can be found down a steep track about a mile south of Stiperstones village. They have recently been conserved by the Shropshire Mines Trust. For a few brief years in the 1860s and 1870s this was the most productive lead mine in the country.

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  • Tankerville Mine Northern Mine Research Society

    In 1889 90 the mine was worked by the Earl of Tankerville himself with 4 men on the tips. In 1891 93 the mine was leased by Shropshire United Mining Co Ltd, they worked the upper levels of Old Lode and the mine tips for lead and barites. In 1895 a license was granted to S M Ridge to search for minerals but little work was actually done.

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  • Tankerville Mixed Mine information and photos

    Information, photographs and plans for Tankerville Mixed Mine on the mine exploration web site ..aditnow.co.uk.

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  • Shropshire lead mines I.A.Recordings

    The most famous of the lead mines of the Stiperstones in the English midlands county of Shropshire is Snailbeach, which has its own site feature page.. There are a lot of other sites of interest in this region, which was once one of Britain's major lead mining areas.

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  • Tankerville Lead Mine, Shropshire

    Most of the Tankerville Mine site has now been officially scheduled as a Historic Monument. The Shropshire Mines Trust would like to reinstate the lower reservoir to hold water and encourage wildlife like frogs and newts back to the site.

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  • Mining History Network .. WWW sites University of Exeter

    Mining History Network .. Other Web Sites and Online Resources See also British Mining Database shropshiremines.uk/bmd/index.htm. Aachen Mining http

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  • Field Guide to Stiperstones Mines, Shropshire Moore Books

    Adrian Pearce, A5, 60pp Published on behalf of the Shropshire Mines Trust (all monies go to the trust) The book provides a very usefi;led field guide to the miones of the Stiperstones area, Snailbeach is world famous however the other mines in the area are also worthy of mention.

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  • Pyrite from North Tankerville Mine (Snailbeach New West

    Click here to view North Tankerville Mine (Snailbeach New West Mine; Roundhill Mine), Buxton Hill Cefn Gwynlle District, Shropshire, England, UK Nearest other occurrences of Pyrite 2.6km (1.6 miles)

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  • Tankerville Mine Derelict Places

    Nov 11, 20110183;32;Tankerville's shaft was the deepest in the Shropshire orefield at 1,690ft and was vertical for a short distance before descending at an angle. Although it was mainly worked for lead, it also produced barytes, calcite, silver and zinc during its working life between 1865 1925.

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  • Tankerville Mine Shropshire History

    In April 1891 the mine was leased by Shropshire United Mining Co Ltd, who paid the Earl of Tankerville 163;193. 7s. 6d for unidentified machinery. They worked the upper levels of Old Lode and the mine tips for lead and barite but had abandoned the site by 30th September 1893.

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  • 1.2 Lead amp; Barytes Mining Stiperstones amp; Corndon Hill

    Tankerville Mine Annual task days, led by the Shropshire Mines Trust, have helped to tidy up this site. Three new interpretation panel helps visitors to understand the mining heritage of this area.

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  • Snailbeach District Railways

    However, in 1884, the Tankerville Great Consols Company mine, the largest user of the railway, closed and tonnage fell to 5,500 long tons (5,588 t; 6,160 short tons). [2] In 1905, the Ceirog Granite Company opened a quarry near Habberley , and a branch was built to serve this.

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  • Tankerville Great Consols Mine Shropshire History

    Shropshire History Tankerville Great. Consols Mine. Return . to Index. Coalfield. S Shropshire. Orefield . Bog (SO356978) Combined sett including Bog, Pennerley, Potters Pit and Tankerville Mines . The undertaking ceased work in May 1884 and 29 men were made unemployed. In the neighbouring mine of Roman Gravels they are returning 250

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  • Shropshire Mines Leach Inspire

    The signage now provides visitors of Tankerville, Snailbeach and Cothercott with an insight into the mines, whilst complimenting the surrounding areas. The Project Working with the Shropshire Hill Landscape Partnership Scheme we created a suite of interpretation panels across three historic mining sites.

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  • Shropshire Caving amp; Mining Club Journals

    Contents. Why are Tankerville's Main Lodes where they are? Richard Fowler; Guide to Carrying out your own Research Project, Adrian Pearce Gholstly SOunds from Glas Shaft, Esgairhir Mine, Bob Southwick Steam Engines of Pennerley Mine, Ivor Brown Field Notes on Shropshire Mines 1993, Adrian Pearce St.

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