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This circular trail explores the mining landscape around Geevor and Levant before heading down to the sea and following the coast to Levant Mine. These two mines are amongst a group of mines along...
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This trail explores Botallack Mine with its world famous Crowns’ engine houses, arsenic works and nearby mines. It takes in the Count House owned by the National Trust, which has a free exhibition....
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This family trail near Redruth takes you back to 1900. The mine’s purser (accountant) is a colourful character who knows the mine well and has high hopes for its new future. Listen in as he escorts a...
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Discover why this Devon market town is so intimately related to Cornish mining. Stroll along pavements commanded by grand Gothic architecture and along pathways beside one of the country’s few...
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Charlestown is the oldest china clay port in the world, and one of the best preserved. A walk around the harbour with its impressive tall ships is like stepping back in time to the days of the mining...
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It's hard to believe that the quiet pools and quays around Hayle were once part of a major industrial port. It supported two globally renowned iron foundries which produced some of the largest steam...
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As you walk through Kennall Vale, a Cornwall Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve, the sounds you're most likely to hear are rushing water, rustling leaves and the songs of woodland birds. But it wasn't...
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On this trail, you'll travel back to the days when the Poldice valley echoed with the sound of mining machinery. Poldice lies in the parish of Gwennap, once described as the 'richest square mile...

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