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Quither Mine, Milton Abbot, Tavistock District, Devon, England, UK

UK Grid Reference: SX441812
Latitude: 50°36'32"N
Longitude: 4°12'13"W
2 filled shafts at the top of the wood a little north west of the village with small dumps containing pyrolusite. An open adit leads in off the track at the bottom of the hill with a couple of small stopes.

Minor work was carried out in 1937 and several tons of ore were taken out in 1942.

Mineral List

'Limonite'
'Psilomelane'
Rhodochrosite


3 entries listed. 1 valid mineral.

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References

British Mining vol 44, Mines of Dartmoor and the Tamar Valley after 1913, P H G Richardson 1992

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