Cligga Mine, Cligga Head, Perranzabuloe, St Agnes District, Cornwall, England, UK
The mine workings are located on the cliff edge at Cligga Head. Just north-east of the greisen-sheet vein stockworks, and on the same level as those, is an extensive dump packed full of arsenopyrite, wolframite, iron & copper minerals. The workings further inland, west and north of the airfield that is now used by a glider club, belong to the Good Fortune Mine, which formed part of Perran Great St George Mine.
Photo: Peter Haas
UK Grid Reference: SW739537
The mine itself can be accessed through the adit at beach level. The frequent rocksleds have exposed some of the mine workings in the cliff face; they can be reached by climbing up inside the mine from adit level.
27 entries listed. 22 valid minerals. 1 type locality (valid mineral).
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