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Daryl Hutchinson - The Crowns, Botallack

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Taken about 30 mins before sunset, with a brisk westerly pushing the rollers in. A feat of engineering to build these. The lower engine house was built in 1835 to contain a beam engine to pump out and drain the mine. The other house had a winding engine to work the inclined Diagonal Shaft which ran out under the sea to a depth of 1360 feet. It is said, on stormy days, the miners could hear the large boulders being rolled about on the sea floor above their heads. One hell of a place to work!

The Crowns, Botallack by Daryl Hutchinson

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