The Count House and Mine Captain's House, Buller
Downs, Redruth, Cornwall
An illustrated account of its history and preservation
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The Trevithick Society
The Trevithick Society, a registered charity, is the organisation for everybody interested in Industrial Archaeology and all aspects of the industrial past in Cornwall.
Cornwall's Mineral Tramways
Mineral Tramways is one of the largest programmes of its kind in Britain and is included in a short-listed bid for World Heritage Site status.
The National Trust : Cornish Mines & Engines
Two engine houses open to the public at Pool, Redruth. Taylorís Engine House sits amidst the major new Industrial Discovery Centre.
Cornwall Archaeological Society
Formed in 1961, the Society provides members with walks and talks, and offers training and participation in archaeological technique, working in partnership with Cornwall Archaeological Unit.
Minerologist Neil Plummer, collector and dealer specialising in Cornish mineral specimens, fossils, lithics and archaeological material, Cornish mining documents, photographs and memorabilia.
Rosemary's Cornwall Links
A large personal collection of Cornish links which are both useful and idiosyncratic. An invaluable resource.
The magazine of ancient stones and sacred sites in Cornwall, containing a wealth of original material about the prehistory and ancient customs of Cornwall.
Celtic Photography and Artwork
Celtic photography and digital artwork by Angela Jayne Barnett.
Cornish Mining World Heritage Site Bid
A bid is being prepared to place Cornwall and west Devon's historic mining landscapes on a par with such international treasures as Stonehenge, the Taj Mahal and the Great Wall of China.
Historic Environment Service
(formerly Cornwall Archaeological Unit) Cornwall County Council
The Historic Environment Service's aim is to identify, record, protect, conserve, present and interpret the historic environment and heritage of Cornwall and Scilly.
Cornwall & Scilly Urban Survey
The Cornwall & Scilly Urban Survey is providing a framework for sustainable regeneration in 19 historic towns.
I A Recordings
The first industrial archaeology website, founded in 1982, I A Recordings is dedicated to recording past and present industry on film and video.
Speech given by Kerrier District Councillor Guy Mackenzie at a meeting of Breage Parish Council on 1st April 2003.
The Count House, Ding Dong
A similar project restoring the Count House at Ding Dong.
The Guitar Collection
The Guitar Collection of Guy Mackenzie - vintage, old, rare and unusual electric guitars.