Releath Mine (Crowan and Wendron Consols), Releath, Crowan, Mount's Bay District, Cornwall, England, UK
This mine, worked from 1851 to 1865, was a poor producer of copper, despite covering a wide area. A few overgrown burrows are left east of Lower Releath.
UK Grid Reference: SW668329
Ref.: B. Atkinson: Mining Sites in Cornwall, Vol. 2, Dyllansow Truran (1994)
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