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The Teign Valley lead mines

C. J. Schmitz

The Teign Valley lead mines

by C. J. Schmitz

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Published by Northern Cavern and Mine Research Society in Leeds (c/o The Secretary, 33 Gledhow Ave., Leeds, Yorkshire LS8 1LD) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • Teign Valley.
    • Subjects:
    • Mines and mineral resources -- England -- Teign Valley.,
    • Lead mines and mining -- England -- Teign Valley.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 122-125.

      Statement[by] C. J. Schmitz.
      SeriesNCMRS occasional publication ; no. 6
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9506.G73 D47
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[5], 125 p., [7] leaves :
      Number of Pages125
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5119685M
      ISBN 100901450057
      LC Control Number74192907
      OCLC/WorldCa1254183

      Though the route follows fairly long stretches of quiet lanes,the views of the Valley and Dartmoor are stunning. After Hennock,you follow a public foot path through Great Rock Copse,known for its Victorian iron mines - here they also extracted a mineral used by the Royal Navy to make their battleships rust proof.. The paths are well defined and the rich fauna,particularly in early summer,is a. The old Bridford Consols mine was reopened by the Teign Valley Mining Co and began to mine barites. Operations continued until and over , tons were extracted, with most of it being moved by rail. In August Bridford formed a school board. The school was built in Bridford at a cost of £ and accommodated 85 children.

        A collection of paintings by Richard Thorn SWAc. The exhibition of these paintings (and more) will be staged in Devon in at a location to be confirmed. Description by ICLOK Aller Mine was a Silver Lead mine in the Teign Valley. Workings were based around Engine Shaft which is 30 Fathoms deep. The site was pumped it is believed by a 40" engine installed in the 's?

      HENNOCK, a small Village, on an eminence overlooking the Teign valley, 3 miles W.N.W. of Chudleigh, has in its parish inhabitants, and acres of land, including the hamlet of Knighton, or Chudleigh Knighton, which has inhabitants, and a small village in the valley, 2 miles S.W. of Chudleigh. Teign Valley Silver-lead Mines, by Christopher J. Schmitz: That Great Lucifer: A Portrait of Sir Walter Raleigh by Margaret Irwin: That Summer Affair by Sarah Challis: These Delights by Sara Seale: Tidemills of Devon & Cornwall by Walter Minchinton: Time of grace by Sara Seale: The Tinner's Corpse by Bernard Knight: as Devon, England.


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The Teign Valley lead mines by C. J. Schmitz Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The Teign Valley silver-lead mines: [C J Schmitz; Christopher Schmitz; Northern Mine Research Society.]. The Teign Valley Mines from north to south down the valley were: Wheal Anna Maria and Lawrence Mines south of Dunsford - the northern most mines in the Teign Valley.

Supposedly contained copper lodes in Wheal Lawrence but it only ever produced some lead in Wheal Exmouth, Christow, Teignbridge, Devon, England, UK: Ancient lead mine. Ref.: PG Embrey, RF Symes: 'Minerals of Cornwall and Devon', BMNH publications () The works of this mine sit along a north-south lode like those at Frankmills nearby.

The. the teign valley silver-lead mines - (brtish mining 15). The Teign Valley lead mines (NCMRS occasional publication ; no. 6): ISBN () Hardcover, Northern Cavern and Mine Research Society, World Non-ferrous Metal Production and Prices, The Teign Valley History Group celebrates its 5th birthday this year and it is perhaps time to recap some of its activities over that time.

There is evidence of life in the valley over the past years so. The River Teign / ˈ t eɪ n / or / ˈ t iː n / is a river in the county of Devon, England. It is 31 mi (50 km) long and rises on Dartmoor, becomes an estuary just below.

Total Teign Valley lead and silver production and lead ore shipped from Teignmouth, 7. Total production of lead, silver and zinc, by mine, 8. Price of refined pig lead in British markets, 9.

Price of lead ore at Welsh sales and at Teign Valley mines, Population change in Christow and. Teign Village is a hamlet of fifty-five houses built either side of the lane that leads uphill to Hennock from the main road through the valley. The majority of the houses were built in by the Teign Valley Granite Company to provide accommodation for workers at the local quarry.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Christopher J Schmitz books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. The Exeter & Teign Valley Railway is a small but ambitious organization dedicated to the promotion of railways as the nucleus of a regenerated, nationwide public transport system, intended to be part of a general movement towards less demanding development.

The E. & T.V.R. furthers its ambitions by both practical and political means. Mining in Cornwall and Devon, in the southwest of England, began in the early Bronze Age, around BC, and ended (at least temporarily) with the closure of South Crofty tin mine in Cornwall in Tin, and later copper, were the most commonly extracted tin mining continued long after the mining of other metals had become unprofitable.

Teign Valley Glass, Newton Abbot. likes. Traditional handmade glassblowing. You can watch us make glass 7 days a week (normally!) for our customers around the ers: The Teign Valley line was just beyond the rotting fence. If you were to wait here long enough, you would see an HST power car or a Mk III trailer pass on a low loader.

In fact every every commodity and consumable needed by the railway west of Newton Abbot, short of trackwork and ballast, will pass here in nondescript vans and lorries. A leat from the Teign still runs beneath the old Baptist chapel at Dunsford but the old mill at Dunsford is now a block of flats.

We also heard about the many mines in the valley where speculators have delved for copper, lead, zinc, silver, iron, magnetite and barytes with varying success. Map extract showing both the Teign Valley and Moretenhampstead & South Devon Railway routes.

revenues was also its downfall, as the quarries provided roadstone for Devon's expanding and improving road network. In the s and s, the new motor bus services meant that passenger traffic dwindled. The mineral traffic soon followed.

many of these were located in Wale, in Devons, Silverbrook Mine, Borringdon Consols and the mines in the Teign valley worked principally for lead, had a recorded output of zinc in the s (Burt ) and mines in Cumberland, including Nenthead, produced over tons of zinc ores per annum from onwards (Burt et al ).

Silver. The Teign River and Valley Richard Thorn The Old Dairy Plant - Fosseway Business Park -Stratford Road Moreton-in-Marsh - Gloucestershire - GL56 9NQ t: (0) e: [email protected] A Thirty Mile Journey from Source to Estuary.

Scanniclift Manganese Mine, Doddiscombsleigh, Teignbridge, Devon, England, UK: A small manganese mine in the Teign Valley, probably worked 18th and early 19th centuries. Mostly contained within private land with some waste tips in a public access nature reserve.

There are 2. All lead mines in United Kingdom Disclaimer: Mine exploring can be quite dangerous, but then again it can be alright, it all depends on the weather. Please read the proper disclaimer. The Teign Valley Branch The Teign Valley branch railway was built in two halves by two companies, with twenty-one years separating the completion of the first half from the second.

"It took 43 years, two railway companies, and eighteen Acts of Parliament (and six more failed Bills) to make the 15¾ miles of railway from Exeter to Heathfield.At first the Teign Valley line ran to a bay platform only, with a shunting move the only means of connecting to the other route.

This was altered to a running junction on 2 October It was made a full double junction from May ; the intention was to make the line a diversionary route if the Dawlish route should become blocked by enemy.The railway’s own highly original, uncompromising view of transport in a book and pamphlets.

Friends of the Teign Valley Line Join the others who want to see modern trains serving the East Dartmoor branch railways. Gift Shop A collection of mostly unique items - equipment and oddments for sale. The Railway in the Community.