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Tynebottom Mine, near Garrigill


Tynebottom is a former lead mine at Redwig by the River South Tyne, about half a mile north-west of Garrigill in Cumbria - seen from the route of the Pennine Way. Tynebottom Mine was first worked by the Earl of Carlisle and Company from 1771 to 1798, and then by the London Lead Company from 1798 to 1873.[1

Garrigill 1771 Lead Mining and Smelting
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Tynebottom Mine

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Stalactites in Tynebottom Mine

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Disused mine level below High Redwing

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Site of old mine workings near High Redwing

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TYNEBOTTOM MINE

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Tynebottom Mine
- Tynebottom Mine was first worked by the Earl of Carlisle and Company from 1771 to 1798, and then by the London Lead Company from 1798 to 1873. There are two ...

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