The unfenced site is owned by Shropshire Council and managed on a day to day basis by Shropshire Mines Trust. In its heyday it was one of the biggest and.
It was not only the miners who depended on the mine for their livelihood, there were the local shopkeepers, farmers, blacksmiths, carpenters, builders and.
It is still possible to see one or two remaining buildings scattered around see . The baths, the first in Shropshire, were built by the Miners' Welfare Fund,.
With much help from the Shropshire Caving and Mining Club, we have been able to . Originally, they were used to grind the barytes ore into a fine powder.
This lead mine is owned by Shropshire Mines Trust who acquired the freehold in 1996. Originally it was called Ovenpipe with the earliest record of mining being.
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