Gudhamgill Mine, Nenthead, Alston Moor District, North Pennines, North and Western Region (Cumberland), Cumbria, England, UK
Ref.: Dunham: The Geology of the Northern Pennine Orefield, Vol I Tyne to Stainmore pp 141&142.
Photo: Lloyd Llewellyn
UK Grid Reference: NY778449
Older mine of the Nenthead area, subsequently worked from the southerley branch of the Bloomsberry Horse Level (Brownley Hill Mine). At least 2 level portals can still be seen - one next to the road where it rounds the corner in Gudhamgill, and one higher up in the gill. The small amounts of dump material present are well grassed-over.
The deposits worked were a bifurcation of the Gudhamgill=Greengill=Bentyfield vein and flats in the Great Limestone associated with veins themselves.
Sphalerite was the dominant sulphide present.
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4 entries listed. 4 valid minerals.
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Locality Updated: Dornbach, Malta, Malta valley, Hohe Tauern, Carinthia, AustriaFrom Uwe Kolitsch, 10th Dec 2013 18:59:46