LEVANT MINE, Pendeen, Cornwall - April 18, 2017
Another view down Guide Shaft.
View down Guide Shaft at Higher Bal - formerly Spearn Consols.
Access to the Higher Bal Guide Shaft was through a tunnel through a retaining wall. This was unsealed when the engine house was consolidated.
Levant Higher Bal formerly Spearn Consols.
Levant Higher Bal multipurpose engine house at Guide Shaft formerly Spearn Consols.
Levant Higher Bal
Man Engine stack.
The Power and Compressor House.
Part of an old sign remains in this view of the arsenic, stamps and power and compressor house.
Floor of the Miners' Dry looking towards the Power and Compressor House.
Miners' Dry bath and stairs leading to the Man Engine access tunnel.
Miners' Dry looking towards the staircase to the tunnel leading to the Man Engine whose stacks can be seen to the left.
Higher Bal viewed from the site of the Miners' Dry.
A bath in the floor of the Miners' Dry.
Power and Compressor House.
Floor of the Miners' Dry with bath visible. Top left can be seen the engine house at Levant Higher Bal.
Arsenic and Stamps Stacks with Pendeen Lighthouse in the background.
Power and Compressor House viewed across the foundations of the Miners' Dry.
Skip Shaft buildings and National Trust plaque
Power and Compressor House
Remains of the Count House.
Power and Compressor House chimney.
Count House site with power and compressor house in the background.
Site of the Count House.
Skip Shaft head gear.
Skip Shaft with narrow gauge mine railway equipment.
Buildings around Skip Shaft.
The incline tunnel entrance.
View down the incline which led to skip shaft from the processing floors.
General view from the top of the tramway incline which led to Skip Shaft.
Line up of stacks, stamp engine, power and compressor house with man engine stack in the back ground,
Arsenic stack with Pendeen Lighthouse in the background.
Stamps engine chimney stack.
Remains of the count house and administration building with the pwer and compressor house in the background.
Levant Mine Agents and Adventurers Interpretation plaque
Remains of the administration building and count house.
Foundation in the foreground is for one of the buildings erected during the dewatering of the mine during the 1960s.
LEVANT MINE, Pendeen, Cornwall - May 26, 2015
View across the upper area of Levant Mine towards the compressor house and Pendeen lighthouse.
Part of the footings for the machinery which operated the Man Engine are visible in the foreground whilst on the skyline can be seen the engine house of Higher Bal / Higher Levant.