history of lead mining in the Pennines

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Raistrick, Arthur & Jennings, Bernard,Longmans press HB, pp A readable and authoritative account of nearly years of lead mining in areas of Derbyshire, North & West Yorkshire, Alston Moor, Teesdale, Weardale and parts of Northumberland. out of 5 stars a history of lead mining in the pennines.

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A History of Lead Mining in the Pennines: Edition: Publisher: Longmans: Publication Date: Document Type: Text: Publication Place: London: Physical Resource Type: Book: Description: Everything about lead mining in the Pennines from the Romans to the last days of lead mining in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

The Lead Miners of the Northern Pennines, in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for : Christopher John Hunt.

The Pennines (/ ˈ p ɛ n aɪ n z /), also known as the Pennine Chain or Pennine Hills, is a range of hills and mountains separating North West England from Yorkshire and North East England. Often described as the "backbone of England", the Pennine Hills form a more-or-less continuous range in most of Northern range stretches northwards from the Peak District at.

: The lead smelting mills of the Yorkshire dales and northern Pennines: Their architectural character, construction, and place in the European tradition () by Clough, Robert T and a great selection of similar New, Used Price Range: $ - $ Lead mining families Lead wasn’t the only export from the North Pennines.

Over the years when lead was king and mining was pretty well the only source of employment, many hundreds of dalesmen and women left their native hills in search of a better life elsewhere. The lead mining industry of the North Pennines has left a rich legacy of industrial archaeology.

This heritage is of national importance, and a number of mining sites and remains have been designated by English Heritage as scheduled ancient monuments. Weardale Lead Mining (Part 1) ‐ introduction by Shirley Waldock One of the richest lead ore mining areas in England lies at the point where the counties of Durham, Cumberland and Northumberland meet, that is Weardale, Alston Moor and Size: KB.

(Ashbourne: Landmark Publishing, ). For lead mining in the north of England, see Arthur Raistrick and Bernard Jennings, A History of Lead Mining in the Pennines (London: Longmans, ; reprint, Newcastle upon Tyne: Davis Books, ) and C.J.

Hunt, The Lead Miners of the Northern Pennines in the Eighteenth and. A history of the Thompson family who lived in both Teesdale and Weardale, including information about the much better-known Readshaw family, ho are related to the Thompsons.

The book is a valuable record of the history of local families, but also. Pennines district of U.K.

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Lead Mining statistics summary - Courtesy C.J. Hunt via Roger Morris. Lets start our journey back in time with a written description of Alston, from the quite detailed Ebook, "An account of the Mining Districts of Alston Moor, Weardale, and Tynes", By Thomas Sopwith, Land and Mine Surveyor.

The lead smelting mills of the Yorkshire dales and northern Pennines by Clough, Robert T at - ISBN - ISBN - R. Clough - - Price Range: £ - £ A History of Lead Mining in the Pennines, Longmans. Raistrick, A. and B. Jennings (). A History of Lead Mining in the Pennines.

Littleborough, George Kelsall Publishing. Raistrick, A. Old Yorkshire Dales. Newton Abbot, David & Charles. Robertson, J. (/4). Some Aspects of Mineral Production in Modern Britain, with Particular. From about to lead mining was big business and Britain was the world's leading producer. The North Pennine lead field comprising Teesdale, Weardale, South Tynedale and the Derwent valley.

The lead miners of the Northern Pennines in the eighteenth and nineteenth century. Hunt, R. British mining: a treatise on the history, discovery, practical development and futureFile Size: 83KB.

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The Peak District Lead Mining Museum is operated as charity by the Peak District Mines Historical Society. Registered Charity no. The Peak District Mines Historical Society Ltd: Peak District Mining Museum, South Parade, Matlock Bath, Derbyshire, DE4.

THE complete history of mining in the North Cumbrian Pennines is contained in a new publication from well-known specialist writer Ian Tyler, who owned the former Keswick Mining Museum. His latest book, Cross Fell and Mines of the Cumbrian Pennines, begins at the Brampton coalfield exploited by the Thompson dynasty, who worked the famous.

InArthur Raistrick and Bernard Jennings added in their History of Lead Mining in the Pennines (p. 3) that all efforts to trace it had failed, and it was feared it had been melted down.

3) that all efforts to trace it had failed, and it was feared it had been melted down. History. The mine operated from at least to to mine lead ore and from to and from to to mine fluorspar. Lead mining. One of the first publications about the Cornish Hush Mine described a fatal accident, in which miner John Collinson was buried underneath a large amount of rocks and lead ore falling onto him during his work and him Location: Howden Burn in the Bollihope Area.

Abstract. The thesis traces the development of lead mining in Derbyshire, particularly the drainage, from Roman times.

The ore deposits are principally contained within the Carboniferous Limestone and are heavily watered, so that as mining proceeded from aboutthe orefield became pre-eminent for the construction of long drainage adits locally known as : J.

(James Hendrik) Rieuwerts. Lost lead pigs. There are two stories used to support the notion that the Romans mined lead in upper Swaledale, both concerning people in the s finding apparently datable lead pigs.

Arthur Raistrick and Bernard Jennings added in their History of Lead Mining in the Pennines (p. 3) that all efforts to trace it had failed, and it was. Arthur Raistrick’s most popular book is Pennine Dales. The History of Lead Mining in the Pennines by.

Rate this book. Clear rating. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. Lead Mining In The Mid Pennines; The Mines Of Nidderdale, Wharfedale, Airedale, Ribblesdale And Bowland by.

Arthur Raistrick. Hushing is an ancient and historic mining method using a flood or torrent of water to reveal mineral veins. The method was applied in several ways, both in prospecting for ores, and for their exploitation. Mineral veins are often hidden below soil and sub-soil, which must be stripped away to discover the ore veins.

Feuds were also of interest to Auden, whose early play Paid on Both Sides () concerns a blood feud in the lead-mining landscape, waged between the Nower and Shaw families, drawing on Auden’s.

She even owns a copy of A History of Lead Mining in the Pennines. (P.S.–I looked for the William Styron quote and although I found other authors quoting the same quote—like this one—I couldn’t find Styron’s actual words.) How much of a story is a history lesson?The Lead Smelting Mills of the Yorkshire Dales and Northern Pennines: Their Architectural Character, Construction, and Place in the European Tradition Robert T.

Clough Clough, - Lead industry and trade - pages.