Killhope lead ore dressing museum
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    come and visit our friendly cafe for a cup of freshly brewed coffee or tea, and browse in our museum shop to find unusual and unique souvenirs of the area. dales. the illustrated booklet comprises 72 pages in 10 chapters and addresses the following topics: where the lead ore came from, practices, dressing the ore, smelting, roles, a 19th

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    killhope colliery museum killhope is a former lead mine where visitors can go underground in the old mine workings and seethe massive underground water wheel; be washerboys where victorian children worked separatinglead ore from waste rock; visit the mineshop to see the appalling living conditions of the men andboys who worked here.

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    killhope, the north of england lead mining museum a visit to killhope, is a unique experience. killhope is a fully restored 19th century lead mine, where you experience for yourself the life and work of the lead mining families of the pennine dales.

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    killhope has two working water wheels, one in the tunnel that carried miners to the seam, which visitors can explore. auden would be in his element: "tramlines and slagheaps, pieces of machinery

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    the 19th century was a period which saw cornish mining technology used to deepen some of the mines in search of richer ore deposits. however, as the lead veins narrow with depth, this proved unsuccessful, and attention was switched to resmelting the lead rich waste slag and slimes left over from previous medieval mining.

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