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  1. It's always great to hear how our OS OpenData is being used by people. In today's guest post, AditNow tell us about their mining history/mine exploration hobby website which uses OS OpenData. AditNow is a website for people with an interest in mining history and mine exploration. The site is ...

  2. AditNow.co.uk - the site for Mine-Explorers and Mining History 2,316 。 AditNow is an information sharing resource and discussion forum for the mine...

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  4. Search engine and database for UK and international mines and quarries with mapping facility. ... As a registered AditNow member you are very welcome to add new mine/quarry/site to the database We are very grateful to people for contributing and increasing the number of mines and quarries in the database!

  5. Mine Exploration & Mining History. AditNow is the leading web site and forum for the mine explorer as well as industrial archaeologists and historians.If you have an interest in mine exploration or mining history you will find thousands of mines in the UK and international mines as well as tens of thousands of photos of mines and a vast resource of mining articles and …

  6. Mine exploration events and meets arranged by AditNow members across the UK. Mine exploration, photographs and mining history for mine explorers, industrial archaeologists, researchers and historians Mine explorer and mining history videos on YouTube Connect with other mine explorers on Facebook.

  7. All mine exploration and mining history videos uploaded by mine explorers to the AditNow channel.

  8. AditNow.co.uk - the site for Mine-Explorers and Mining History has 2,315 members. AditNow is an information sharing resource and discussion forum for the...

  9.  · Reading Time: 1 minuteMining has given rise to potentially hundreds of terms for processes, techniques and equipment. Many of these terms vary by region or were specific to the type of mine. Click here for a comprehensive dictionary of mining terms from AditNow. Link and words by kind permission of simonrl of

  10.  · Mine Exploration Forum - View Forum - UK Mine Exploration Forums - North Wales Mine exploration, photographs and mining history for mine explorers, industrial archaeologists, researchers and historians Mine explorer and mining history videos on YouTube Connect with other mine explorers on Facebook

  11. The history of the American west is one of cowboys and miners. Mining camps sprang up almost over night, then abandoned almost as quickly. Tragically many of these sites are being destroyed by vandals, while others at the hands of our government in the name of "mine safety".

  12. Site title of is Mine exploration, exploring disused mines and quarries, mining history, photographs and information for explorers, historians and industrial archaeologists. IP is 217.194.218.82 on Microsoft-IIS/8.5 works with 1188 ms speed.

  13. Corris Mine Explorers is a unique adventure activity allowing visitors to explore the caverns, chambers and tunnels of a disused Welsh slate mine and experience the Welsh slate industry first hand.

  14. Coledale is a narrow U-shaped valley running approximately north-east towards the Derwent Valley floodplain and the village of Braithwaite at the northeastern end. The valley river Coledale Beck feeds into Newlands Beck and is fed by small streams from the valley sides and head, including Birkthwaite Beck, and Pudding Force.

  15. Killham Mine (Pensilva Tin Mine; Wheal Coryton), St Neot, Cornwall, England, UK : 1 1/2 miles E.S.E of St Neot,last worked around 1912. Worked by an underlay shaft and two adit levels in the steep hillside. Material was first collected by Martin Stolworthy and Martin Gale in ...

  16. Allenheads is a former mining village in the Pennines to the north of Weardale in Northumberland, England. Lead extraction was the settlement's industry until the mine closed in the late 19th century. It is in the parliamentary constituency of Hexham.

  17. The Senghenydd colliery disaster, also known as the Senghenydd explosion (Welsh: Tanchwa Senghennydd), occurred at the Universal Colliery in Senghenydd, near Caerphilly, Glamorgan, Wales, on 14 October 1913.The explosion, which killed 439 miners and a rescuer, is the worst mining accident in the United Kingdom. Universal Colliery, on the South Wales Coalfield, extracted steam coal, which …

  18. All mine exploration and mining history videos uploaded by mine explorers to the AditNow channel. All mine exploration and mining history videos uploaded by mine explorers to the AditNow channel.

  19. OS is Britain's mapping agency. We make the most up-to-date and accurate maps of the country. But we're also a digital business, and we use our content to help governments, companies and individuals to be more effective both here and around the world ...

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  21.  · Robin Hill Drift, Standish, Wigan being set out, circa 1951-1952. Situated west of Standish near Almond Brook. The photo is dated 1953 but the description on AditNow states production commenced 1952.

  22. AditNow.co.uk - the site for Mine-Explorers and Mining History has 2,312 members. AditNow is an information sharing resource and discussion forum for the...

  23. AditNow.co.uk An information sharing resource and discussion forum for the mine exploration community as well as industrial archaeologists, researchers, historians and anybody with an interest in mine exploration or mining history.

  24. Loscoe Manor formed part of the wider Draycott Estate; Richard and William de Draycott were recorded at Loscoe (or Loschowe) in 1401. The manor was demolished in 1704. In the 19th and 20th centuries Loscoe's economy was dominated by coal mining, so that pit chimneys and spoil heaps were prominent features of landscape.

  25. Phakant (Burmese: ဖားကန့်; also Hpakan and Hpakant), is a town in Phakant Township, Kachin State of the northernmost part of Myanmar (Burma). It is located on the Uyu River 350 km north of Mandalay in the middle of one of the world's most inhospitable and malaria infested jungles, cut off for several months a year during the monsoons.It is famous for its jade mines which produce ...

  26. Find Underground Reflections by at Blurb Books. A brief photographic journey into some of Britain's mining heritage. Slate and metalliferous mi...

  27. OS is Britain's mapping agency. We make the most up-to-date and accurate maps of the country. But we're also a digital business, and we use our content to help governments, companies and individuals to be more effective both here and around the world ...

  28. AditNow.co.uk - the site for Mine-Explorers and Mining History has 2,297 members. AditNow is an information sharing resource and discussion forum for the...

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  30. Mine Exploration Forum - View Topic - UK Mine Exploration Forums - General Chat - how do i find old mines? Mine exploration, photographs and mining history for mine explorers, industrial archaeologists, researchers and historians Mine explorer and mining history videos on YouTube Connect with other mine explorers on Facebook