|Title||Farm buildings at Westernhopeburn On the south side of Weardale.|
|Photo's author||Oliver Dixon User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||05 Nov 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
|Retrieved from source on||10 Mar 2012 09:20:36 (UTC)|
Farm buildings at Westernhopeburn
Farm buildings at Westernhopeburn On the south side of Weardale.
Westernhopeburn The farmhouse at Westerhopeburn.
Road towards Stanhope
Westernhopeburn Peacock on the roof of Westernhopeburn [[]].
Cottage Farm cottage and derelict outbuildings by Westernhope Burn
Cambokeels Part of the derelict Cambokeels fluorspar mine with the (now demolished) Cementworks chimney beyond
Cambokeels tippler shed A view of the tippler shed at the head of the Cambokeels incline level or decline, where fluorite ore was tipped from wagons drawn out of the mine. In 1994, 7 years after closu…
Cambokeels mine workshops The main building here was used for vehicle and plant maintenance and repairs, including for the mine's lorries. The mine's main offices occupied a first floor position at th…
Cambokeels mine A view from the main entrance looking across to the tippler sheds (centre) and the main mine buildings (right). Cambokeels (then known as Cammock Isle) was opened for lead in 1847 but …
Cambokeels mine plant Seven years after its closure in 1987, much of Cambokeels mine's plant was still in situ and relatively undamaged by vandals or the scrap man. The main shed here contained compre…
Cambokeels mine incline A view taken in 1994 of the modern incline level or decline at Cambokeels, driven to access fluorite deposits in this former lead mine. The mine opened for lead in 1847 and was…
Cambokeels mine tippler A view from inside the shed where fluorite was emptied from wagons drawn up from the deep mine incline beyond. All the superstructure of this building has now gone to the vanda…
Cambokeels powder house This is the powder house or explosives store at Cambokeels mine. In 1994, even the detonator box was still sitting on the shelf, although all hazardous contents had been remove…
Cambokeels mine level This is the original horse level into the 1847 lead mine. A commemorative stone above the level is inscribed 'TWB 1847'. TWB was Thomas Wentworth Beaumont. The Beaumont family co…
Cambokeels mine incline A view down the inclined shaft or decline at Cambokeels mine, showing pumping and compressed air pipes, cables for electric lighting, telephones and signalling, and an abandone…
Cambokee Mine, A689, Eastgate, Durham, North East England, England, United Kingdom osm