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Person: BURROW, J.C., F.G.S., F.R.P.S.  (1852-1914)

Slides (arranged in sets) in whose production this person had a role

'Mongst mines and miners: in the Cornish tin and copper mines (lecture: Newton & Co., 50 slides, 1893-1899)

  photographer: Slide 1, The Chief Mining District of Cornwall, View of Surface of Country

  photographer: Slide 2, Dolcoath Mine, Pumping Engine on Surface

  photographer: Slide 3, Four Rock Specimens

  photographer: Slide 4, Blue Hills Mine, above the 66 fathom level

  photographer: Slide 5, Blue Hills Mine, Heave looking West, 60 fathoms level

  photographer: Slide 6, Blue Hills Mine, Heave looking East, 60 fathoms level

  photographer: Slide 7, Cook's Kitchen Mine, end of ground, illustrating lode structure

  photographer: Slide 8, East Pool Mine, Surface of Shaft, showing Pumping Engine, etc.

  photographer: Slide 9, Group of Tin Miners in Working Dress

  photographer: Slide 10, Dolcoath, Man Engine at Surface

  photographer: Slide 11, Section of Dolcoath Mine

  photographer: Slide 12, Dolcoath Miners ascending by Man Engine at the 284 fathom level

  photographer: Slide 13, Cook's Kitchen, Man Engine at 190 fathoms

  photographer: Slide 14, Dolcoath, Balance Box at 286 fathoms

  photographer: Slide 15, Dolcoath Miners in a Gig and portion of Skip-Road at 302 fathoms

  photographer: Slide 16, Cook's Kitchen Miners descending in Skip at 190 fathoms

  photographer: Slide 17, Dolcoath, 302 New East Shaft

  photographer: Slide 18, Cook's Kitchen, 406 fathoms level Engine Shaft, loading waggon

  photographer: Slide 19, Cook's Kitchen, Bottom of Engine Shaft, ½ mile below surface

  photographer: Slide 20, Dolcoath, Air Compressor Engines

  photographer: Slide 21, Dolcoath, Boring Machine at Work, 326 fathoms

  photographer: Slide 22, Cook's Kitchen, Boring Machine at 406 fathoms

  photographer: Slide 23, East Pool, Working the Boring Machine

  photographer: Slide 24, Working the Air Winch, East Pool

  photographer: Slide 25, Cook's Kitchen Mine, 355 fathom Stope looking West

  photographer: Slide 26, East Pool, an 'Upper'

  photographer: Slide 27, Cook's Kitchen, Overhand Stoping 355 fathoms

  photographer: Slide 28, East Pool, Underhand Stoping

  photographer: Slide 29, Hole charged for blasting

  photographer: Slide 30, East Pool 'Croust' time, miners at lunch, 70 fathoms

  photographer: Slide 31, Working on a rich lode, Dolcoath, 42 fathoms

  photographer: Slide 32, Cook's Kitchen, Looking up the 355 Stopes

  photographer: Slide 33, Cook's Kitchen, Timbering at 406 fathoms

  photographer: Slide 34, East Pool, Horse of ground between the tin and copper lodes

  photographer: Slide 35, East Pool, 70 Stope, showing supports

  photographer: Slide 36, East Pool, Stoping at 70 fathoms

  photographer: Slide 37, Dolcoath Mill or Pass 412 fathoms, loading Waggon

  photographer: Slide 38, Dolcoath, 400 fathoms level

  photographer: Slide 39, Working in the 412 fathom level, Dolcoath (Steel)

  photographer: Slide 40, Hanging tram-road 375 fathoms, New East, Dolcoath

  photographer: Slide 41, East Pool, 70 fathom tramroad

  photographer: Slide 42, East Pool 170 fathom level, Tramroad Bridge

  photographer: Slide 43, At work in the 180 fathom level, East Pool

  photographer: Slide 44, Waggon of Tinstuff at Shaft

  photographer: Slide 45, Waggon of Tinstuff tipped

  photographer: Slide 46, Landing the Stuff at Surface

  photographer: Slide 47, Dolcoath, Interior of the 'Dry'

  photographer: Slide 48, Dolcoath, Old Cornish Stamps

  photographer: Slide 49, Dolcoath, New Californian Stamps

  photographer: Slide 50, Dolcoath, Tin Dressing Frames

Lucerna ID 6001762

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 18 June 2015

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