Mines

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  • 131 Abandoned Coalfield. Problems of Pollution. M.P. Henton. The Surveyor Vol. 153 No. 4538 (1979) pp. 9-11
  • 1493 Account of the Granite Quarries of Aberdeenshire. W. Knight; Account of the Quarries of Sandstone in the Edinburgh and Glasgow Districts and of the Principal Slate Quarries in Scotland, G. Smith; On the Slate Quarries of Aberdeenshire. J. Blaikie. (1832) Prize Essays and Trans. of the Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland, Vol.X pp. 53-106.
  • 1492 Account of the Principal Quarries of Scotland. Prize Essay & Transactions of the Highland & Agricultural Society of Scotland, J. Carmichael. Vol. XI (1834?) pp. 57-84,389-416,441-455
  • 1010 Alva Silver Mine, The. S. Moreton. Mineralogical Record Vol. 27 (Nov-Dec)pp 405-413 (1996)
  • 1185 Attempts at Sealing Off River Water from Underground Workings in North Wales. J. L. Francis & J. Thomson-Jacob. (1938) Report of Halkyn District United Mines Ltd.
  • 18 Background Guide to Newbiggin Limestone Mine, Fife. I. Brown. Craigmount High School
  • 351 Bath Freestone Workings. L. Price (1984)
  • 916 Box Freestone Mines. 3rd, revised ed. Cotham Caving Group (2002)
  • 1013  Brodick Castle Clamp-Kiln and the Lime Industry of Arran.  D. Alexander. History Scotland Vol. 6 No.1 (2006 pp 17-21
  • 1180 Cornish Miners at Shipham. P. Hendy. Mendip Times Vol. 4 No.10 (2009) p.33.
  • 1169  Discovering Dumyat. R. McOwan. Scots Magazine New Series Vol. 163 No.3 (2005)pp289-294
  • 936 Draining the Wanlockhead Lead Mines. G. Downs-Rose. (date and source unknown) pp 70-81
  • 17 Dunbar Cement Works. Notes
  • 926 Les Carrières souterraines de La Malogne. Mons Polytechnic. (no date)
  • 867 The Garleton Haematite Mine. B. Baird.  East Lothian Life No.31 (1999) pp 26-27.
  • 902 Gilmerton Limestone - Ferniehill. Summary Report on Subsidence. Ove ArupScotland (2001)
  • 495 The Glendinning Antimony Mine (Louisa Mine). A. McCracken. Trans. Dumfries & Galloway Antiq. Soc. 3rd Series 42 pp. 142-148
  • 1136 Guide to Good Practice for Lead Mine Shafts. J. Humble. Archaeology and Conservation in Derbyshire Issue 5 (2008) pp 6-7.
  • 790 A Guide to the Mine, Machinery and Bygones Museum, Wendron, Helston, Cornwall. G. Watkins (no date)
  • 1184 Handbook: Subterranea Britannica. (2007)
  • 1360 High Lode Culvert, Ramsey, Cambridgeshire. T. Jarratt (1987) 6pp
  • 1069 A Historical Note on the Alderley Edge Mines. E. Moss. Rucksack Club Journal Vol. IX No.5 (1942) 2pp
  • 823 A History of the New Glencrieff Vein, Wanlockhead, Dumfriesshire 1603-1993. G. Downs-Rose. (1994)
  • 681 An Index of British and Irish Mines and Mining Companies. P. Claughton. The Mining Journal 1860 (1995)
  • 890 Industry in the Landscape. Extract: The Landscape of Scotland. C.R. Wickham-Jones. RCAMS (no date)
  • 1163 Journey Into Our Underworld. R. Girling. Sunday Times Magazine 25.1.09 pp 40-45
  • 1207 Jubilee Story of Nenthead Co-operative Society, 1869-1919. C. Harpur (1919)
  • 874 King Jamie’s Silvermine at Hilderston (1606-1613) Scottish Analytical Services for Art & Archaeology,Issue 4 (August 2000)
  • 508 King James Nationalised Scotland’s Silver Mine. W.F. Hendrie. Scotland’s Magazine 62 (1) (1966) pp. 36-37
  • 1503 Lead Legacy, The. The Relationship Between Historical Mining, Pollution and the Post-mining Landscape. C. Mills et al. (2014) Landscape History Vol.35 Issue 1, pp.47-72
  • 948 Lead, Zinc, Copper and Nickel Ores of Scotland. Area II The Tyndrum Mining District. G.V. Wilson, from Special Reports on the Mineral Resources of GB Vol. XVII.
  • 88 Lead Mines of the Northern Dales. J.E. Metcalfe. Mine and Quarry Engineering. Feb (1952) pp. 5-48
  • 56 Lead Mining. Industrial Past. Autumn (1974)
  • 507 Lead-Mining at Carsphairn. J. Sassoon
  • 1293 Lead Mining Remains by a Bubbling Spring. M. Welsh Dalesman Magazine Vol. 59 No.12 (1998) pp. 33-35
  • 79 The Leadhills Wanlockhead Mining District. R.A. Mackay
  • 498 The Lime Industry in South-West Scotland. I. Donnachie. Trans. Dumfries & Galloway Nat. Hist. And Antiq. Soc. Series 3 48 (1971) pp. 146-152
  • 1032 Limestone Working. A Forgotten Stirlingshire Industry. K.J..H Mackay. Forth Naturalist & Historian Vol.2 (1977) pp 81-105
  • 1661 The Mason's Trail (Beer Quarry) Anon. 14pp. (No date)
  • 1128 Mendip’s Mines. P. Hendy. Mendip Times Vol.3 No.9 (2008)
  • 1148 Mine Hopes Sunk, But Records Live On. H. Townley. Earth Heritage No.29, p.9 (2008)
  • 1124 La Mina de Almadén. F.J. Palero. Date/source unknown
  • 652 A Mine of Information. A. Glen. Scots Magazine Aug. (1994)
  • 1004 Miner’s Tale, The. R. Thompson. Mendip Times Issue 5, p.31 (2005)
  • 482 Mines and Quarries Forms. HMSO Sectional List No. 54 (1961)
  • 1246 The Mines of Auchencairn (1) Barlocc Mine. D. Binns. Newsletter of Auchaencairn History Society No.20 (2009)pp30-32.
  • 1247 The Mines of Auchencairn. I. Macleod. Newsletter of Auchencairn History Society No.21 (2010) pp 27-31.
  • 1441 The Mines of Scotland. A Bibliography [3rd Ed] T. Oldham (2010)
  • 1006 The Mining Area of the Great Copper Mountain in Falun. L. Anker. World Heritage Sites in Sweden, pp 99-109 (2002)
  • 1049 Mining Heritage Guide. R.W. Vernon (Ed) NAMHO (2006)
  • 1408 Mining in the Landscape. NAMHO Conference Proceedings 2006(2007)
  • 1068 Mining Silver in the Bathgate Hills. West Lothian Council Libraries (2004)
  • 416 National Association of Mining History Organisations. Membership List (1983) 2 copies
  • 28 Neste Oy’s Underground Oil Storage. S. Johannson. Technology 9.11.81 pp. 277-286
  • 1710 Newton St. Cyres Mining and Miners. B. Please (2016)
  • 87 The Northern Pennines (British Mining Fields) J.E. Metcalfe
  • 925 Old Drowned Work in Derbyshire. N. Kirkham. Rep. From Derbyshire Archaeological & Natural History Society Journal (1950) pp 1-20.
  • 1208 On the Edge [Alderley Edge Mines], C. Catling, Current Archaeology Issue 315, pp. 12-19 (2016), 1623 Out of Darkness [Old Quarry, Beer]. J. Scott & G. Gray (no date)
  • 588 Quarries Inspection Reports (1910) Mr Walker’s Report on the Scotland District (No.1) The Quarry Vol. 16 (1911) pp. 207-209
  • 1369 Park Place Underground Passages. T.Jarratt MSS (1989) 2pp
  • 937 Reports on Limestone Underground Workings, Gilmerton, Ferniehill, Hyvots, Edinburgh. ARUP Scotland. Reports 1a,2,3 and summary (2001)
  • 1142 Rich Vein, A. (Alva) Anon. Broadleaf, Magazine of the Woodland Trust. Issue 68 (2007) no page no.
  • 276 Scottish Mining Museum Information Pack
  • 735 The Secret World of Bowden Hill. A. Jeffreys. West Lothian Life Vol.1 No.3 (1995)
  • 1029 Serendipitous Holes are Where You Find Them!  T. Fitch. SMCC Newsletter Vol. 43 No.1 (2006) pp 9-10.
  • 255 The Silver Mines of Hilderston. D.J. Hogg. Scottish Field 127 (950) (1981) pp. 22-23
  • 1117 Strontian Mines Inquest [Transcription] J. Dye (1851)
  • 1123 Sutberranea Britannica, Yearbook. Ed. M. Dixon (2007)
  • 1093 The Tar Tunnel. Anon (Tour leaflet) (no date)
  • 1157 Treasures of Dales Mining. D. Joy. Dalesman Magazine Vol. 30 No.7 (1968) pp 539-543
  • 898 Tunnel Vision. C. Davis. Saga Magazine Oct (2001) pp101-104.
  • 129 Underground Mine Communications. J.N. Murphy, H.E. Parkinson. Proc. Elec. & Electron. Engineers 66(1) (1978)
  • 1413 The Wanlockhead Hydraulic Engines. Anon (2007) NAMHO
  • 86 The Wanlockhead Lead Mines. J. Mitchell. The Mining Museum
  • 1116 The Woodhead Lead Mine. A. Campbell (1997)

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