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  • Blue Hills Tin Streams - Working tin mine offers tours of the mine plus tin jewellery made on site. Includes some history and online guided tour of processes.
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  • Cleveland Ironstone Mining Museum - Visitor information including opening times, map, and bookings. Includes map of ironstone mines and industry history. Located in Skinningrove, Cleveland.
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  • Durham Mining Museum - History and culture of the coal mining industry in the North of England. Includes details of fatalities, disaster and collieries and pits.
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  • Honister Slate Mine - Describes England's only Slate Mine at Honister Pass, Keswick, where there are underground visits and a heritage centre. The history of the slate mine and general information about slate is given.
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  • Keswick Mining Museum - First mining museum to be established in Cumbria and it hosts the a large collection of mining memorabilia. Includes admission details, location, and walks.
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  • Langton Matravers Museum - Former Coach House Museum provides exhibits devoted to the history of local limestone. Includes a visitor's guide. Located in the Isle of Purbeck, Dorset.
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  • Levant Mine - Former tin and copper mine, home to Cornwall's oldest working beam engine. Photographs, location map, visitor information and news.
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  • Modern History Sourcebook: Women Miners in the English Coal Pits - An account of women and girls working in British coal mines in 1842.
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  • Museum of Cannock Chase - Features five galleries displaying documents and artifacts associated with the coalfield. Includes exhibitions, educational programs, events, hours and directions. Free admission. Located in Staffordshire.
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  • The Museum of Lead Mining - Scotland's only former lead mine at Wanlockhead in South West Scotland. Brief visitor information about the underground tour, and the museum with its mineral display.
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  • National Coal Mining Museum - The museum at Wakefield in West Yorkshire gives the visitor the opportunity to go 450ft down one of the oldest working mines in England. Includes a guide to the history and facilities.
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  • National Slate Museum - Heritage centre at Llanberis, bringing back to life the inheritance of the North Wales slate industry. Visitor information, events and educational section.
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  • The Peak District Mining Museum - Visitor details for this fluorite and lead ore mine located in Matlock Bath, Derbyshire. Includes a downloadable group visitor booking pack.
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  • Peak District Mines Historical Society (PDMHS) - Exists to preserve industrial heritage sites related to mining for lead, fluorspar, barytes and other minerals in the Peak District. Information about their projects, resources, museum, publications and a list of British mines in 1896.
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  • Purbeck Mineral & Mining Museum - Exhibits artifacts connected to the mining of ball clay. Includes its history and volunteer opportunities. Located at Norden near Corfe Castle Dorset and is part of the Swanage Railway.
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  • The Scottish Mining Museum - Located at the Lady Victoria Colliery was founded to preserve and present Scotland's mining heritage. Visitor information, history of the mine and information about special functions.
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  • Sygun Copper Mine - Situated in the Snowdonia National Park, North Wales, where there are winding tunnels and large, colourful chambers. Brief information about the mine, and about the stalactite and stalagmite formations.
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  • Yorkshire Dales Mining Museum - Contains lead mining relics. Includes an overview of the group, collection details, opening times, and an admission charge.
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