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Coalcleugh is a distributed settlement in Northumberland, located near the county border with Cumbria, about 7 miles south of Allendale (town) and 5 miles east of Alston. Coalcleugh Lead Rake (lead mine) was established here before 1690; it's earthwork remains are a Scheduled Monument. Coalcleugh forms part of West Allen Civil Parish.
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Sunnyside, Coalcleugh

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Coalcleugh (2)

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Culvert under the Blackhill to Coalcleugh road

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Sign at Coalcleugh

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Coalcleugh lead rake
- "....The monument lies besides the road at the end of West Allendale. It includes the earthwork remains of the shallow shaft workings that follow Coalcleugh Low Vein which, along with …

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