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    It was recharged at the top with iron ore, limestone flux and charcoal and molten iron and slag were tapped off separately at the bottom. Introducing the blast furnace It was introduced to the Weald in 1491 or 2, but despite the arrival of the blast furnace in the 1490s, bloomeries were still operating in the West Midlands region beyond 1580.

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    It provides an excellent illustration of the formation of iron ore and the opencast ironstone workings which expose the structure of a lead vein. Many of the industrial remains also have legal protection as scheduled monuments of national archaeological importance.

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    The only remaining iron mining operation in West Cumbria is that at Florence Mine, Egremont. An excellent illustrated book on this fascinating area is The Red Hills, by Dave Kelly, published Red Earth, Ulverston ISBN 0 9512946 7 9.

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    Jun 19, 20170183;32;This Drone Footage Video captures the last deep working iron ore mine in Europe, now disused and abandoned. The Florence Mine is in Egremont, The Lake District.

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    Primarily worked for iron ore from hematite, the mine complex also produced many specimens, including calcite, quartz, hematite, fluorite, and dolomite. Particularly noteworthy was the find of calcite in the quot;Banana Slidequot; fault zone during the early 1970s.

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    The coastal region of West Cumbria has a fascinating industrial history, which can be discovered in local museums and heritage centres. Shipbuilding, coal and iron ore mining, steel making, and chemical manufacture have all been major employers, none of which exist any more.

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  • For Wordsworth; for West Cumbria, Conrad Atkinson, 1980

    16 works on hardboard and card, photograph, acrylic paint, iron ore and coal Since the late '60s, much of Conrad Atkinson's art has been concerned with the problems experienced by those living in the area where he was born and brought up, the industrial coastal strip of West Cumbria (formerly

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    History of iron ore mining in West Cumbria Date Thursday 23rd September 2010 CHAIRMAN Tommy Coulthard opened the Lakeland Dialect Societys autumn meeting in Moresby church hall.

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    Florence Mine was the last deep working iron ore mine in Europe. Its story is one of the great industries of West Cumbria, an industry which made the fortunes of some and brought tragedy to others; which brought waves of immigrants, not only from the tin mines of Cornwall and the copper mines of Ireland, but also from Poland and Italy; which brought the railways, and the prosperity and change which flowed

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    It provides an excellent illustration of the formation of iron ore and the opencast ironstone workings which expose the structure of a lead vein. Many of the industrial remains also have legal protection as scheduled monuments of national archaeological importance.

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    Florence Mine Heritage Centre is based at the last, deep, iron ore mine in Western Europe, nestling midway between the Lake District fells and the Cumbrian Coast. It is the story of one of the great industries of West Cumbria, an industry which made t

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    Jul 16, 20150183;32;Sadly, the story of the industrys decline is well known, Cumbrias iron and steel works closing in the 20th century. The Moss Bay works remained, turning iron into steel for rails until 1974, after which steel ingots were brought in from Teeside.

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    The originals, number 1 17 are the only ones known to exist anywhere and are a unique insight into the activities of trade unionism amongst West Cumbrian iron ore miners. Topics included the state of local mines, strikes and protests, mining accidents and inquests, and activities and accounts of the Cumberland Iron Ore Miners Association.

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