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Treatment of Disused Lead Mine Shafts: A Guide to Good Practice

The lead mining remains of Derbyshire and the Peak District are of national importance for their ecological, archaeological, historical, geological and landscape value, as well as providing opportunities for recreation and enjoyment which are valued by many people. Many of the surface remains have been lost over time and important surviving remains need to be safeguarded for the future.

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  • Series: Guidance
  • Publication Status: Completed


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