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Former Hodbarrow Mining Company Offices


The former offices if the Hodbarrow Mining Company are located in Steel Green, Haverigg. They were built in 1873 and are significant for being the last remaining building of Hodbarrow Mine, which was the world's largest iron mine in the late 19th century.[1] The mine closed in 1968. For many years the building was a pub/restaurant called The Comadore. From December 2016 it has been HerdwickS, a bistro with guest accommodation.[2] This is a Grade II listed building.
Steel Green, Haverigg 1873 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Millom Hodbarrow Iron Ore Mines (1850 - 1968)
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"HerdwickS" Pub and Restaurant

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The Commodore from Port Haverigg Holiday Village

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The Commodore - now closed

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The Commodore

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Former Hodbarrow Mine Office - List Entry
- "Mine office, later bar and restaurant. 1873. Probably by Hornblower of Liverpool. Coursed slate rubble with ashlar dressings, west side roughcast; hipped slate roof. North elevation of 2 storeys and ...

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HerdwickS
- "...We are a family-run Coffee House, Bistro & Pizzeria, we have 4 Luxury en-Suite Boutique Guest Rooms which opened in December 2016..... HerdwickS is located in an area of outstanding natural ...

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List number: 1357577
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Post code: LA18 4LG
Grid ref: SD1709378892

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