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Cornish Mine Images Website Comments, finally here it is, if you want to leave a post or comment about the main website you will need to either Login or Register. The links are in the main menu bar.

On this page I have included a small collection of images from the main site. It is not all about mining or mining history. The site has images associated with Cornish history and some of the wonderful coves and landmarks the county has to offer.

 

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Cornish Mine Images Website Comments 1: On top of Carn Brea over looking Redruth is the Basset Monument. It stands 90m high, and was built in 1836. 
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Cornish Mine Images Website Comments 2: The Cornish Coastline is breath taking, from high rugged cliffs to sandy beaches. 
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Cornish Mine Images Website Comments 3: The ruined Gothic Church of St Day. This is an amazing place to see. One of my favorites.
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Cornish Mine Images Website Comments 4: At the seaward end of the Nancherrow Valley are significant mining remains, along with amazing scenery.
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Cornish Mine Images Website Comments 5: Marriot’s Shaft of the Basset Mines Group. Perhaps the most spectacular mining remains in the County
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Cornish Mine Images Website Comments 6: Wheal Edward Stamps Engine House, situated along the rugged coastline of the St Just Mining District.
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Cornish Mine Images Website Comments 7: The New Cooks Kitchen Shaft of South Crofty Mine. This was taken in 1996 when the mine was still producing Cornish Tin.
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Cornish Mine Images Website Comments 8: This was taken in 1997, it is the Robinson’s Shaft Area of South Crofty Mine. Today after much change it is known as “Heartlands”.
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Cornish Mine Images Website Comments 9: This image of New Cooks Kitchen Shaft South Crofty Mine was taken in 2017. Over the years since the closure the site has changed beyond belief.
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Cornish Mine Images Website Comments 10: A second image of the remaining buildings at South Crofty Mine 2017.
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Cornish Mine Images: Website Comments 11: This is the frontage of one of the many surviving grand building in Redruth. Once the centre of the Mining District this town retains many features of its heyday.
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This is just a small selection of the images currently at www.cornishmineimages.co.uk

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