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7. TONGWYNLAIS IRONSTONE MINES

2020-7-15  iron ore that can occur in various forms, best known as the reddish-brown masses that gave it its name, from the Greek for ‘blood’, or as dark silvery-grey crystals. The mines extend right under the woodland and beyond, including the area around Ty Isaf to the east of Tongwynlais village, and in places as far Cwm Nofydd.

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MDE1219 - Bampfylde Copper and Iron Mine, North

By 1874 it produced both copper and iron ore. Tramway constructed in 1873. Mine closed in 1882. 1888 Ordnance Survey plan shows all buildings on No 4 Shaft to have been dismantled, together with the valley bottom dressing floor.

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The Geological Survey on Eskdale iron ore

2012-1-16  Here is the description of Eskdale's iron ore deposits and mines from the Memoirs of the Geological Survey: "Special Reports on the Mineral Resources of Great Britain, Volume VIII: Iron Ores- Haematites of West Cumberland, Lancashire and the Lake District" by Bernard Smith, M.A., Sc. D. (H.M.S.O., 1919, with amendments from [second edition, 1924]):

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Chris Popham - SHARKHAMPOINT IRON MINE

In their paper on the iron mines of Devon(4) Atkinson, Waite and Burt give the iron ore output for Devon as a whole between 1855 and 1913 as 350,662 tons. Whilst they noted this as a sizeable quantity, it was in context less than the output of Hodbarrow Mine in Cumbria in just a single year from the same period.

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MSO7475 - Bearland Wood Iron Mine - The Historic ...

[1-4] The site was one of the Brendon Hills Iron Ore mines. Work started in 1854 after initial research in the 1830s at SS 9747 3575 (Trial pit). New adits sunk to the northwest (SS 9740 3585 and SS 9742 3581) which were very successful. 12,000 tons of brown haematite were brought out and carried to Lanham Hill Mine (MSO7476) by a temporary incline worked by horse whims.

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The Iron-Ore Problem of Lorraine - JSTOR

ing the bulk of the iron ore of the two leading ore-pro-ducing countries of Europe,2 and were furnishing the raw material upon which their iron and steel industries were built. In 1913 the iron-ore production of Germany (excluding Luxemburg) amounted to 26,771,598 tons.3 This

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Catawba Coal and Iron Co. Mines - The Iron Furnaces

2007-10-26  All the beds of coal, iron ore, fire-clay, c, incline conform-ally to each other at an angle of 300 to 500 from the Catawba mountain, along the lower slopes of which they range, and in every case they are easily accessible, cheap¬ly worked, and to a great extent susceptible of being wrought so as to be "level free" or above water.

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Raasay, No.1 Mine Canmore

2021-6-17  The pier allowed the iron ore to be easily shipped to Skye and then on to the mainland. Traces of a dismantled tramway run north from the pier; once used to transport iron ore from the mines. The railway leads to the abandoned mines, at the edge

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Rajnish Mandal - Business Head - Iron Ore, Coal -

Business Head - Iron Ore, Coal at Sumitomo Corporation India Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi, Delhi, India 500 ... Ordnance Factories and other Govt. Bodies. Experience ... (mines) and customer’s requirement.

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Introduction to Iron Mining - IronMiners -

2011-12-3  The iron ore from mines such as the Hibernia Mine and Mount Hope Mine was used to produce shot and ordnance for the Revolutionary War. Mining was a way of life for people who lived in the Highlands. Not only did the mining industry fuel the economy but it

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Miskin - Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council

2018-7-10  Iron ore mines were worked as open cast quarries during the industry's early history. Right: 1874/1876 map of Miskin However by the late 1860s shafts were being sunk changing the nature of the workforce from quarrymen and labourers to skilled

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7. TONGWYNLAIS IRONSTONE MINES

2020-7-15  iron ore that can occur in various forms, best known as the reddish-brown masses that gave it its name, from the Greek for ‘blood’, or as dark silvery-grey crystals. The mines extend right under the woodland and beyond, including the area around Ty Isaf to the east of Tongwynlais village, and in places as far Cwm Nofydd.

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SHARKHAMPOINT IRON MINE - Mines, Minerals and

In their paper on the iron mines of Devon(4) Atkinson, Waite and Burt give the iron ore output for Devon as a whole between 1855 and 1913 as 350,662 tons. Whilst they noted this as a sizeable quantity, it was in context less than the output of Hodbarrow Mine in Cumbria in just a single year from the same period.

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Catawba Coal and Iron Co. Mines - The Iron Furnaces

2007-10-26  The distances from the Coal mines, the Ore banks and the Iron furnace —a common centre to all of which may be considered as, approximately, also the centre of the estate—are as follows, to certain points of outlet to market, viz: Fincastle 9 miles, Salem 18 miles, Bonsack's Depot 15 miles, and Buchanan 20 miles.

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The Geological Survey on Eskdale iron ore

2012-1-16  Here is the description of Eskdale's iron ore deposits and mines from the Memoirs of the Geological Survey: "Special Reports on the Mineral Resources of Great Britain, Volume VIII: Iron Ores- Haematites of West Cumberland, Lancashire and the Lake District" by Bernard Smith, M.A., Sc. D. (H.M.S.O., 1919, with amendments from [second edition, 1924]):

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Raasay, No.1 Mine Canmore

2021-6-17  The pier allowed the iron ore to be easily shipped to Skye and then on to the mainland. Traces of a dismantled tramway run north from the pier; once used to transport iron ore from the mines. The railway leads to the abandoned mines, at the edge of Raasay

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MDE20058 - Florence Mine / New Florence Iron Mine

In Domesday Book, four iron workers are recorded under the royal manor of North Molton. Mines were also mentioned here in 1346 and 1528. At the end of the 17th Century, Cornish miners worked in the mines for copper and iron. The last working was in 1942 to meet war needs. Ore from these mines may be seen in the South Molton Museum.

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TELEOP FOR AN OPEN PIT IRON MINE - HARD-LINE

The iron producer installed HARD-LINE’s TeleOp system in the mine to address health and safety concerns in the storage barn facility. During winter months the storage barn gets frigid (average of -22°C), leaving an unpleasant environment for the workers inside. In addition, airborne particulates are generated due to the transfer of ore ...

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WW2 CLASH - Raw Materials

About 27% ! of the iron ore required by the German industry came from the Kiruna and Malmberget mines in Northern Sweden, close to the Finnish border. The Scandinavians transported the ore by road to the nearby Swedish port of Lulea in the Gulf of Bothnia

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7. TONGWYNLAIS IRONSTONE MINES

2020-7-15  iron ore that can occur in various forms, best known as the reddish-brown masses that gave it its name, from the Greek for ‘blood’, or as dark silvery-grey crystals. The mines extend right under the woodland and beyond, including the area around Ty Isaf to the east of Tongwynlais village, and in places as far Cwm Nofydd.

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Iron mining shaft mounds and medieval earthworks

2016-4-8  History. Medieval documents indicate that the Cistercian Abbey of Byland in North Yorkshire had established a grange and an iron forge at Bentley by the late C12, with a subsequent reference in circa 1226 to “stones for burning at the grange of Bentley” taken to indicate the smelting of iron ore in addition to forging.

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Raasay, No.1 Mine Canmore

2021-6-17  The pier allowed the iron ore to be easily shipped to Skye and then on to the mainland. Traces of a dismantled tramway run north from the pier; once used to transport iron ore from the mines. The railway leads to the abandoned mines, at the edge of Raasay

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The Iron Industry of the Weald - kentarchaeology

2018-12-29  Of the various articles made in, and from the iron of, the Weald we need only notice on the present occasion the ordnance, the fire-backs, the andirons, and the tomb-slabs. The first iron cannons of English manufacture were made at Buxted, in Sussex, by Ralph Hogge, a master founder, who employed as assistants, Peter Baude, a Frenchman, and

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Ayrshire - Scottish Mining Website

2018-1-9  Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland, Francis H Groome, 1895 Alnwick or Annick Lodge , a collier village in Irvine parish, Ayrshire, 3 miles NE of Irvine town. There is a public school with accommodation for 200 children, which had (1891) an average

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WEALDEN IRON - hammer pond

2018-8-5  WEALDEN IRON - A BRIEF HISTORY Early iron smelting The Weald’s iron deposits lie relatively close to the ground surface, and so were easily extracted by open cast mining. Most extraction and smelting took place in the High Weald, a section

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Mikhaylovskiy represents one of the largest iron ore reserves in Russia and in the world having estimated reserves of 10.7 billion tonnes of ore grading 35% iron metal. ... Only Petrograd District Ordnance Department placed an order for 300 thousand three-inch high-explosive grenades. List of mines in Russia - Iron • Mikhaylovskiy mine.

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WW2 CLASH - Raw Materials

About 27% ! of the iron ore required by the German industry came from the Kiruna and Malmberget mines in Northern Sweden, close to the Finnish border. The Scandinavians transported the ore by road to the nearby Swedish port of Lulea in the Gulf of Bothnia

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History of Iron and Steel in Scotland Clydebridge

In 1892 the available capacity of the Scottish iron industry was about 1,250,000 tons of pig-iron, requiring three million tons of iron ore (two million of which were imported), two and a quarter million tons of coal and about half a million tons of limestone. The associated labour cost to produce this iron

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Mine Article about mine by The Free Dictionary

Mines with high output capability provide the best return for capital investment. In the USSR, for example, more than half the underground mining of iron ore is concentrated at nine of the country’s 37 mines, with annual output reaching more than 3 million tons.

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Miskin - Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council

2018-7-10  Iron ore mines were worked as open cast quarries during the industry's early history. Right: 1874/1876 map of Miskin However by the late 1860s shafts were being sunk changing the nature of the workforce from quarrymen and labourers to skilled

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Iron mining shaft mounds and medieval earthworks

2016-4-8  History. Medieval documents indicate that the Cistercian Abbey of Byland in North Yorkshire had established a grange and an iron forge at Bentley by the late C12, with a subsequent reference in circa 1226 to “stones for burning at the grange of Bentley” taken to indicate the smelting of iron ore in addition to forging.

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MSO7475 - Bearland Wood Iron Mine - The Historic ...

This disused mine was one of the Brendon Hills Iron Ore Company works. Work was started here in 1854 after successful trials. It was closed in the 1880s. The shafts are still visible as earthworks. The mine also had two associated cottages which are still extant. [1-4] The site was one of the Brendon Hills Iron Ore mines.

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Romans in Britain - Roman Mining

The index to the Ordnance Survey Map of Roman Britain lists 33 iron mines: 67% of these are in the Weald and 15% in the Forest of Dean. Because iron ores were widespread and iron was relatively cheap, the location of iron mines was often determined by the availability of wood, which Britain had in abundance, to make charcoal smelting fuel.

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The Geological Survey on Eskdale iron ore

2012-1-16  Here is the description of Eskdale's iron ore deposits and mines from the Memoirs of the Geological Survey: "Special Reports on the Mineral Resources of Great Britain, Volume VIII: Iron Ores- Haematites of West Cumberland, Lancashire and the Lake District" by Bernard Smith, M.A., Sc. D. (H.M.S.O., 1919, with amendments from [second edition, 1924]):

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Ships and Guns: The Sea Ordnance in Venice and in

2021-6-11  Iron ore (calledvenain the medieval Ligurian Latin lexicon) usually came from the island of Elba and, more occasionally from other mines in Northern Italy. It was worked by numerous ferriere and martinetti in the inland valleys of Liguria using energy generated

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The history of Swedish iron and steel industry -

2021-2-9  A precondition for the geographical concentration of the iron and steel industry at the end of the 19th century was the development of communications – particularly the railways. Steelworks demanded a cheap supply of materials – coal, ore, etc. – as well as good transportation facilities to the export harbours for the finished steel.

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Local Mines and Quarries ~ SGMRG Website

2020-5-29  At that time the site had its own branch line from Frampton Cotterell to Iron Acton where it connected to the Midland Railway line from Yate to Thornbury. Ore was being sent to the iron works at Seend in Wiltshire. The last recorded year of extraction is 1875. Local Iron Mines. Frampton Cottrell Iron Mines; Lead, Zinc Silver mining. By David ...

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WEALDEN IRON - hammer pond

2018-8-5  WEALDEN IRON - A BRIEF HISTORY Early iron smelting The Weald’s iron deposits lie relatively close to the ground surface, and so were easily extracted by open cast mining. Most extraction and smelting took place in the High Weald, a section

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History of Iron and Steel in Scotland Clydebridge

In 1892 the available capacity of the Scottish iron industry was about 1,250,000 tons of pig-iron, requiring three million tons of iron ore (two million of which were imported), two and a quarter million tons of coal and about half a million tons of limestone. The associated labour cost to produce this iron

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