Towanroath Engine House The building above would have housed a steam driven cornish beam engine, here at the Wheal Coates tin mine on the north Cornwall coast
The engine house Wheal Coates North Cornwall, UK. Old Cornish tin mine. Many of the mines used to tunnel out under the seabed putting the miners in very dangerous conditions.
Botallack Mine, Cornwall The lower of the two engine houses was built in 1835, the higher in 1862
Wheal Coates Tin mine in winter, Cornwall
WHEAL COATES TIN MINE | Near St Agnes, Cornwall: 'Legend has it that the mine is haunted by the ghosts of the many miners who died there working in extreme and dangerous conditions.' ✫ღ⊰n
Levant Tin Mine, Cornwall
Old Tin Mine, Cornwall, England
Cornish Tin Mine
LEVANT MINE: Cornwall. Over 60 miles of tunnels go beneath the Atlantic Ocean, travelling up to two miles offshore.