Peak District Mines Historical Society
Promoting and preserving mining heritage
(Registered charity No. 504662)

Catalogue of the Ring Binder ‘Offprints Volume One’

1.

‘Capping Lead-Mine Shafts in Derbyshire’by Philip Wainwright
In ‘Land and Minerals Surveying’ June 1984 (also available in Journal Library)

2.

‘Old Derbyshire Lead Mine Plans and some Problems in their Interpretation’by Trevor Ford
In ‘Chartered Land Surveyor’ Winter 1982 (also available in Journal Library)

3.

Derbyshire’s Old Lead Mines’
In ‘The Derbyshire Countryside’ No. 30 April 1938

4.

The Great Barmote Court of the Hundred of High Peak’
In ‘The Derbyshire Countryside’ No. 28 October 1937

5.

‘Derbyshire Lead Production’by Harry Thorpe
In ‘The Derbyshire Countryside’ Vol. 4 No. 16 October 1934

6.

The Laws of the Lead Miners’by Joan M. Fawcett
In ‘The Derbyshire Countryside’ no 38 April 1940

7.

Lead Mining and the Changing Population of the Peak District in the 19th Century’
In ‘Bulletin of the Peakland Archaeological Society’ No. 25 pp30-32

8.

The Speedwell Mine in the 18th Century’by Trevor D. Ford
In ‘The Derbyshire Countryside’ April-May 1960

9.

Who Can Tell Mine and Within Wall Mine’by John Beck
In ‘Technical Speleological Group Journal’ No. 13 1988

10.

‘Five Generations of Derbyshire Lead Mining and Smelting, 1729 to 1858’by G.G. Hopkinson
In ‘Derbyshire Archaeological Journal’ Volume 78 pp9-24 1958

11.

Lead Mining in the Eyam District in the 18th Century’by G.G. Hopkinson
In ‘Derbyshire Archaeological Journal’ Volume 80 pp80-97 1960

12.

The Utility of Pinnus Sylvestris in Dendrochemical Investigations: Pollution Impact of Lead Mining
and Smelting in Darley Dale’by Lageard, Howell, Rothwell and Drew
In ‘Environmental Pollution’ 153 pp284-294 2008

13.

Exploration of Blue John Mine (Cavern)’by J.W. Puttrell
In ‘The Quarry’ pp388, 390 1902

14.

Taking a Deep Interest in Underground History’by H.M. Parker
In ‘Dore to Dore – Dore Village Society’ No. 24 Winter 1991

15.

The Drainage of the Area between the River Wye and the River Lathkill, Derbyshire’by J.A. Robey
In ‘Proceedings of the British Speleological Association’ No. 3 1965

16.

The Drainage of the Mixon Copper Mine, Onecote’by J.A. Robey
In ‘Journal of the Staffordshire Industrial Archaeology Society’ Vol. 1 1970

17.

‘The Early Steam-Engine in Derbyshire’by Frank Nixon
In ‘Transactions of the Newcomen Society’ Vol. 31 1957-9

18.

The Barker Family and the Eighteenth Century Lead Business’by Lynn Willies
In ‘Derbyshire Archaeological Journal’ Vol. 93 1973

19.

‘Economic Development – Lead Mining’by G. Joan Fuller
In ‘Nottingham and Its Region’ publ. British Association for the Advancement of Science 1966

20.

‘Roman Pigs of Lead from Brough’by J.A. Smythe
In ‘Journal of the Newcomen Society’ Vol. 20 pp139-145 1939-40

21.

Lead Mining in Derbyshire’by G. Griffin
In ‘Transactions of the East Derbyshire Field Club’ pp28-31 1907

22.

Superstitions of the Old Lead Mines’by G.L. Hayto
In ‘The Derbyshire Countryside’ No. 32 1938

23.

Two Thousand Years of Lead Smelting – I’by A.L. Pill
In ‘The Derbyshire Countryside’ July-Sept. 1951

24.

Two Thousand Years of Lead Smelting – II’by A.L. Pill
In ‘The Derbyshire Countryside’ Oct-Dec. 1951

25.

Notes on the Engineering History of Derbyshire’by Frank Nixon
From a Lecture to the Derbyshire Archaeology Society February 1955

26.

Ore Handling Underground at Long Meg’
In ‘Mine and Quarry Engineering’

27.

Metalliferous Mining and the Mining Surveyor’by D.W.G. Cameron
In ‘Journal of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors’ Vol. 34 Part 9 pp777-796 1955

28.

‘North Skelton Ironstone Mine’by P. Tuffs
In ‘The Cleveland Industrial Archaeologist’ No. 3 pp23-30 1975

29.

Kilton Ironstone Mine’by P. Tuffs
In ‘The Cleveland Industrial Archaeologist’ No. 5 pp21-34 1976

30.

Staithes and Port Mulgrave Ironstone’by J.S. Owen
In ‘The Cleveland Industrial Archaeologist’ Report No. 4

31.

Lingdale Ironstone Mine’by P. Tuffs
In ‘The Cleveland Industrial Archaeologist’ No. 9 pp11-22 1978

32.

‘Jet Mining in North-East Yorkshire’by J.S. Owen
In ‘The Cleveland Industrial Archaeologist’ No. 3 pp13-22 1975

33.

Lonsdale Ironstone Mine, Kildale’by John S. Owen
In ‘The Cleveland Industrial Archaeologist’ No. 15 pp31-48 1983

34.

Warren Moor Ironstone Mine, Kildale’by John S. Owen
In ‘The Cleveland Industrial Archaeologist’ No. 13 pp33-53 1981

35.

The Esk Valley Ironstone Mine – Part 1: Documented History’by J.S. Owen
In ‘The Cleveland Industrial Archaeologist’ No. 7 pp1-10 1977

36.

Whinstone Mining and Quarrying in N.E. Yorkshire’by J.S. Owen
In ‘The Cleveland Industrial Archaeologist’ No. 5 pp1-10 1976

37.

Liverton Ironstone Mine: A History’by S.A. Chapman
In ‘The Cleveland Industrial Archaeologist’ No. 19 pp57-82 1987-8

38.

The Ventilating Machines of M. Guibal in Cleveland’by S.A. Chapman
In ‘The Cleveland Industrial Archaeologist’ No. 13 pp15-21 1981

39.

Ventilating Furnace at Ayton Ironstone Mine’by S.A. Chapman
In ‘The Cleveland Industrial Archaeologist’ No. 11 pp25-26 1979

40.

Description of the Waddle Ventilating Fan, Lumpsey Ironstone Mine’by S.A. Chapman
In ‘The Cleveland Industrial Archaeologist’ No. 9 pp1-5 1978

41.

Sir John’s Mine, Tynehead, Garrigill’by H.L. Beadle
In ‘The Cleveland Industrial Archaeologist’ No. 5 pp35-42 1976