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Castle-an-Dinas 1916-1957 : Cornwall's Premier Wolfram Mine

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Paperback book in a good condition, minor shelf marking. Pages good, a couple of creases to page corners. With photographs, charts, tables and maps.

Wolfram, the ore of tungsten was keenly sought after from the end of the nineteenth century. A lode at Castle -an -Dinas was mined form 1917 - 1957 and became the premier wolfram producer in Cornwall.

The author, who was head of mining and surveying , a course director and manager of the School of Mines underground mines, has described how the mining and processing was carried out at Castle -an- Dinas and also includes reminiscences of the men who worked there.

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Author(s):
Tony Brooks
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
2001
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1900147157
ISBN-13:
9781900147156
Number of pages:
146
Publisher:
Cornish Hillside Publications

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Paperback book in a good condition, minor shelf marking. Pages good, a couple of creases to page corners. With photographs, charts, tables and maps.

Wolfram, the ore of tungsten was keenly sought after from the end of the nineteenth century. A lode at Castle -an -Dinas was mined form 1917 - 1957 and became the premier wolfram producer in Cornwall.

The author, who was head of mining and surveying , a course director and manager of the School of Mines underground mines, has described how the mining and processing was carried out at Castle -an- Dinas and also includes reminiscences of the men who worked there.

Author(s):
Tony Brooks
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
2001
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1900147157
ISBN-13:
9781900147156
Number of pages:
146
Publisher:
Cornish Hillside Publications

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