The engine house Wheal Coates North Cornwall. 1870s.                                                                                                                                                      More

The engine house Wheal Coates North Cornwall, UK. Old Cornish tin mine engine house. Many of the mines used to tunnel out under the seabed putting the miners in very dangerous conditions.

TYPICAL MINE | Cornwall: 'Drawing of the typical layout of a Cornish tin mine.' ✫ღ⊰n

Drawing the typical structure of a Cornish tin mine, South Crofty brochure.

Ruin of Cornish tin mine ~ History of Cornwall - Wikipedia

Ruin of Cornish tin mine ~ History of Cornwall - Wikipedia

A Sue Keeper original pebble and sea glass artwork set inside a 26cm x 35cm solid, white, glazed shadow box frame. Frames also available in

A Sue Keeper original pebble and sea glass artwork set inside a x solid, white, glazed shadow box frame.

Cornish tin mine, this was taken a couple of miles down from St Agnes just before sunset.

Cornish tin mine engine house, taken a couple of miles down from St Agnes just before sunset.

Old Cornish Tin Mine Amidst Wild Flowers. - by Jacquie Wilkes | MyFinePix UK

Old Cornish Tin Mine Amidst Wild Flowers. - by Jacquie Wilkes

Tribute to Cornish Tin Mining

Tribute to Cornish Tin Mining

Christmas card illustration of fox on snowy Cornish coastline with tin mine. By Matt johnson for Seasalt Cornwall.

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WHEAL COATES: tin mine near St Agnes in Cornwall. 'Legend has it that the mine is haunted by the ghosts of the many miners who died there working in extreme and dangerous conditions.' ✫ღ⊰n

Heroic and tragic truth behind Poldark: Cornishmen shaped mining in Britain and pushed boundaries the world over

UK, Cornwall, WHEAL COATES: tin mine near St Agnes. 'Legend has it that the mine is haunted by the ghosts of the many miners who died there working in extreme and dangerous conditions.' (an example of the Poldark series on TV)

Called knockers in Cornwall, tommyknockers were small dwarf-like creatures who worked in the mines, tapping away and making strange noises deep in the rocks. Welsh mine goblins are not unlike the Knockers of Cornwall. Although usually seen as quite ugly and standing only 18 inches high, they are perceived as being friendly and helpful. They know where rich lodes of ore may be found

Called knockers in Cornwall, tommyknockers were small dwarf-like creatures who…

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