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Dalmellington Mine, Frizington, West Cumberland Iron Field, North and Western Region (Cumberland), Cumbria, England, UK

Dalmellington Mine, Frizington, West Cumberland Iron Field, North and Western Region, Cumbria, England, UK

Photo: Bill Dameron
UK Grid Reference: NY035161
Latitude: 54°31'51"N
Longitude: 3°29'29"W
There are no returns for a mine of this name and 'Dalmellington' mine, a location given on old-time specimen labels can only be identified by inference.

The Dalmellington Iron Company, a Scottish company, opened the Holbeck Mine in 1869 and worked it until its closure in 1900.

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