Eston Ironstone Mine (1850-1949)


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Eston Institute

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New Bank Drift, Eston Ironstone Mine

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Eston (Ironstone) Mines
- "The Eston Mines comprise Upsall and Chaloner Pits, both of which are worked by adits; but there are two shafts, 556 ft. deep, at Upsall, one of which is upcast ...

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Eston Ironstone Mine

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Eston Ironstone Mine

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Eston Ironstone Mine

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Eston Ironstone Mine

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Eston Ironstone Mine

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Eston Ironstone Mine

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Eston Ironstone Mine Powder House

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How Eston's mines changed history
- "...The story goes that in June 1850 when John Marley, mining engineer and John Vaughan, wealthy industrialist, took a walk into the hills where they came upon an outcrop of ...

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Guibal Fanhouse Eston 1

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John Vaughan, 1799-1868
- Summary About John Vaughan John Vaughan, born 21st December 1799, was an ironmaster and discovered Ironstone in the Cleveland Hills in June 1850. In partnership with Henry Bolckow, he was ...
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Eston
- "These were the most prolific mines in Cleveland with an output over 99 years of around 63 million tons of ironstone and employed hundreds of miners, and yet such extensive ...

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Eston Hills
- Overview Map The Eston Hills are outliers of the Cleveland Hills range. In 1850 ironstone was discovered in the Eston Hills which led large scale mining and the rapid growth of ...

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