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Copley, Gaunless lead smelt mill

Lead smelt mill by the River Gaunless, erected by the Earl of Darlington to smelt ore from his Teesdale mines. Operated from 1770-1870. Only the chimney now remains.

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Place:
Copley
Item Type:
photograph
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Reference:
DR13025

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