Levant Mine and Beam Engine

Local nameLevant Mine and Beam Engine
LocationSt. Just, UK

Levant Mine and Beam Engine is a National Trust property at Trewellard, Pendeen, near St Just, Cornwall, England, UK. Its main attraction is that it has the world's only Cornish beam engine still operated by steam on its original site. There is also a visitor centre, a short underground tour, and the South West Coast Path leads to Botallack Mine, via a cliff-top footpath. In 1919 the engine used to transport men between the different levels of the mine failed, leading to the death of thirty-one men. Since 2006, the area has been part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Levant_Mine_and_Beam_Engine

Official Website https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/levant-mine-and-beam-engine

Coordinates 50°9'7.264" N -5°41'7.41" E

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