2 edition of Deep as Dolcoath found in the catalog.
Deep as Dolcoath
Derek A. Kneebone
by D.A. Kneebone in Porthleven (High Burrow, Loe Bar Road, Porthleven)
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||114|
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Deep as Dolcoath: Some Studies in Cornish History by Derek A Kneebone and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Edition: First Edition. Deep: Freediving, Renegade Science, and What the Ocean Tells Us about Ourselves Hardcover – J by/5(). Deep as Dolcoath – Dolcoath was the largest and deepest mine in Cornwall.
When the mine closed there was almost 70 miles of underground passage and was ft deep. The artful maid is stronger than Bolster – Bolster refers to Bolster the Giant.
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If you are into deep sea critters, government skulduggery, deep Deep as Dolcoath book character; then you like this book/5. Dolcoath was particularly famous for its depth, "as deep as Dolcoath" being a familiar Cornish expression to indicate anything of great depth.
By the mine had reached a depth of 2, feet and had 12 miles of tunnels. Buy Dolcoath: Queen of Cornish Mines (Occasional publications / Trevithick Society) First Edition by Harris, Thomas R.
(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Thomas R. Harris. When it closed init was the deepest of any mine in Cornwall. Nowadays, the site is mostly derelict. Early on, two Richard Trevithicks worked there: father and son.
The mine probably began operating in the s. The first documented reference to it dates from It was a ‘cost book.
With a decline in the quality of the ore grade and almost insuperable difficulties in working such a dispersed deep sett (Dolcoath was the deepest mine in the county, and by had some 70 miles of underground levels), Dolcoath could not survive, and closed in Within Dolcoath Mine, Dolcoath Main Lode, at around fms was a steepl y-dipping (to the south) structure.
By fms the dip was in the region of 60°S and by fms was less than 50°S. Dolcoath as we know it today is actually an amalgamation of several other smaller mines including Stray Park (), Bullen Garden Mine and Roskear.
s The mine began working in the early 's. The mine was over feet deep. To show at a glance what 'the pioneer of deep mining' did for Dolcoath it need only be stated that the value of the mine, calculated on the market prices of shares, rose from 4,l.
in to 90,l. inand that during intervening period ,l. was. Mining Disasters in England: Astley Deep Pit Disaster, Dolcoath Mine, Minnie Pit Disaster, Felling Mine Disaster, East Wheal Rose LLC Books General Books LLC, - 56 pages.
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Dolcoath Mine - William and his brother James were each being paid about a month working as 'drawers' in the mine in the They appear in the Dolcoath cost book. Dolcoath Mine - where 4xGreatGrandfather William and his brother James were each being paid about £10 a month working as 'drawers' in the mine in the s pins.
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That deep-level metal mining is well within the range of practicability is shown by the energetic action of the owners of Dolcoath in beginning eighteen months ago a new vertical shaft, of 18 feet in diameter, which is expected to intersect the main lode at a depth of 3, feet. They are either obliterated or plugged.
Dolcoath main lode would have always been interesting to have a look in. I read some literature from the 60's about some people who went up the adit in search of Dolcoath Main.
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