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NAMHO Conference, Devon and Cornwall

15th to 18th June 2007 - Nigel Dibben

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The conference was held at Morwellham Quay, the industrial museum based on a copper port on the river Tamar near Tavistock. The conference ran from Friday to Monday with tours of the site, local mines and even as far as Geevor in Cornwall. There was camping on site and a pub - excellent facilities all round!  

Below 1: The river Tamar with part of the Morwellham Quay site on the right bank   Below 2: Wheel which used to drive a manganese mill at Morwellham. The docks are to the lefty and in the ba   Below 3: Rick in Virtuous Lady, an Elizabethan copper mine in the neighbouring Tavy Valley   Below 4: The entrance to George and Charlotte mine, the show mine on the Morwellham Quay site   

Picture 1: The river Tamar with part of the Morwellham Quay site on the right bank Picture 2: Wheel which used to drive a manganese mill at Morwellham.  The docks are to the lefty and in the ba Picture 3: Rick in Virtuous Lady, an Elizabethan copper mine in the neighbouring Tavy Valley Picture 4: The entrance to George and Charlotte mine, the show mine on the Morwellham Quay site

 

Below 1: Surface remains of the arsenic mill at Devon Great Consols   Below 2: Underground in Geevor Mine, Corwall   Below 3: Report   

Picture 1: Surface remains of the arsenic mill at Devon Great Consols Picture 2: Underground in Geevor Mine, Corwall File 3: Report

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