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

Catalogue of the Ring Binder ‘Offprints Volume Three’.

1.

‘American Zinc Co.’s Mining Methods in East Tennessee District’by M.J. Langley
From ‘Mining Engineering’ – October 1962

2.

‘Another Big Mine for Ireland: Gortdrum Copper Pit and Mill’by Anon.
From ‘‘World Mining’ – July 1966

3.

‘The Stratigraphy, Structure and Mineralization of the Greenhow Mining Area, Yorkshire’
By K.C. Dunham and C.J. Stubblefield
From ‘Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society’ Vol. 100 pp209-268 – January 1944

4.

‘The Lead Miners’ Landscape’by G.N. Wright
From ‘Country Life’ – May 19 1966 pp. 1236-8

5.

‘An Account of Smelting Lead Ore and Refining Lead’by H.L. Pattinson
From ‘Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland and Durham’
Vol. 2 Part 1 pp152-177 – 1832

6.

‘The Mechanisation of the Grassington Moor Mines, Yorkshire’by Arthur Raistrick
From ‘Transactions of the Newcomen Society, Vol. 29 pp. 179-193 – 1953-55

7.

‘Teesdale Mining Company, 1821 to 1842’by Harold L. Beadle
From ‘The Cleveland Industrial Archaeologist’ No. 13 pp1-14 – 1981

8.

‘Lady’s Rake Lead Mine, Harwood-in-Teesdale’by Harold L. Beadle
From ‘The Cleveland Industrial Archaeologist’ No. 7 pp. 17-23 – 1977

9.

‘Sir John’s Mine, Tynehead, Garrigill’by Harold L. Beadle
From ‘The Cleveland Industrial Archaeologist’ No. 5 pp. 35-42 – 1976

10.

‘Detecting Geophysical Anomalies at Construction Sites by Dowsing’by Ian Killip
From ‘Land and Mineral Surveyor’ Vol. 2 – December 1984