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DOLCOATH: QUEEN OF CORNISH MINES (SECOND HAND COPY IN VERY GOOD CONDITION)

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DOLCOATH: QUEEN OF

CORNISH MINES 

By T.R. Harris

(Second hand copy in very good condition)

  

Dolcoath mine was a copper and tin mine in Camborne, Cornwall. Its name derives from the Cornish for 'Old Ground', and it was also affectionately known as The Queen of Cornish Mines.​​​​​​​

  

Dolcoath became the largest and deepest mine in Cornwall, eventually reaching a depth of 1,000 metres below the surface​​​​​​​ with over 60 kilometres of workings.

  

Published by the Trevithick Society. 1974. 

  

Black and white photographs. Softback. 108 pages. Very good condition.

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Size: 21 x 14 centimetres
Weight:  218 grams

PRICE: £8.00
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