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Index to "Mining History" - the PDMHS Bulletin

Index to "Mining History" - Volume 7

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Volume 7 Number 1 - May 1978

Volume 7 Number 2 - October 1978

  • The Exploration of Wills Founder Mine, Winster -- Derek Heald
  • Anecdotes on Mill Close Mine -- D.A. Nash
  • Two Cardiganshire Lead Mines: Caegynon and Rheidol United -- R.P. Shaw and M.F. Critchley
  • Hubberdale Mine and Associated Veins: 1836 to 1848 -- D.A. Nash
  • A Visit to "Blobber" Mine, Wirksworth, in the 1920's -- Robert Gould
  • The Ashbourne Inquisition of 1288: A Reply -- Adrian Henstock (Additional Comments by Jim Rieuwerts)
  • The Extravaganza or Introductory Weekend: 29th. April to 1st May 1978 -- Adrian Pearce
  • The Caves, Mines and Soughs of the Wardlow Basin and Cressbrook Dale -- John S. Beck

Volume 7 Number 3 - March 1979

Volume 7 Number 4 - October 1979

Volume 7 Number 5 - Spring 1980

Volume 7 Number 6 - Autumn 1980

 

Thanks are due to Dave Williams for compiling the list!

Mining History - Volume 7 - awaiting image

Mining History - Volume 7 - awaiting image

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