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Grinkle Ironstone Mine


At its peak, in 1914 there were 479 people employed at Grinkle Mine (365 working below ground and 114 on the surface).[1] The mine closed in June 1934.
Boulby, Redcar and Cleaveland Ironstone Mining in Cleveland
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Grinkle Ironstone Mine

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Grinkle Ironstone Mine

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Disused Ironstone Mine

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Relic of Grinkle Ironstone Mine

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Relic of Grinkle Ironstone Mine

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Disused Ironstone Mine

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Easington Beck Culvert

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Easington Beck Culvert

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Remains of Sirocco Fan

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Remains of Sirocco Fan

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Grinkle Ironstone Mine

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Remains of Sirocco Fan

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Grinkle Ironstone Mine

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