British Mining No 32 – The Bassett Mines
by M. Palmer & P. Neaverson
The Bassett mines were – and, in great measure, remain – one of the most interesting and widespread copper prizes of 19th century Cornwall. Today, their gaunt engine house ruins and dressing floors are a mecca for the industrial archaeologist.
This monograph outlines their history and goes a long way in interpreting the overlapping technologies once practiced here.
The book is packed with illustrations and photographs old and new.
This book is now OUT OF PRINT, however we have some second-hand copies available. Condition: some scuffing to spine, no inscriptions, clean inside.
A4 68pp, 39 plate’s, 40 figs
ISBN 0 901450 31 6
2 in stock