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Historically this breathtakingly beautiful moors area was an industrial centre for ironstone mining during the 19th and early... More..

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Photo © Paul JohnsonPremier Member! Click for more info.. (29th September 2019)
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"Rosedale Moor Iron mines"

The ironstone mines of the North York Moors and the Cleveland Hills were of great national economic importance. A sample of the better preserved sites, including a representative range of extraction techniques and structures, are considered to merit protection. Rosedale witnessed an explosion in iron mining in the mid-19th century, its population increasing from 548 in 1851 to 2839 in 1871. This has left an extensive industrial landscape across and around Rosedale which is amongst the best iron mining landscapes known nationally. The monument forms an important and well preserved core area of this wider landscape. The kilns are well preserved and retain a wide range of associated mining and transport features which aid our understanding of the way in which the kilns functioned as part of the wider complex.

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Photographer: © Paul Johnson (Gallery)Premier Member! Click for more info..(29th September 2019)
Description

Rosedale Moor Iron mines

The ironstone mines of the North York Moors and the Cleveland Hills were of great national economic importance. A sample of the better preserved sites, including a representative range of extraction techniques and structures, are considered to merit protection. Rosedale witnessed an explosion in iron mining in the mid-19th century, its population increasing from 548 in 1851 to 2839 in 1871. This has left an extensive industrial landscape across and around Rosedale which is amongst the best iron mining landscapes known nationally. The monument forms an important and well preserved core area of this wider landscape. The kilns are well preserved and retain a wide range of associated mining and transport features which aid our understanding of the way in which the kilns functioned as part of the wider complex.

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Camera Make: NIKON CORPORATION Model: NIKON D850
Exposure Program: Program, Focal length: 82 mm, Aperture: f 14, ISO: 400, Exposure time: 1/800 sec, Metering Mode: Multi-Segment, Exposure Bias: 0 EV
Date/Time Creation: September 20, 2019, 11:48 am
ImageID:1213327, Image size: 8256 x 5504 pixels

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Comment by Edward Lever(29th September 2019)

A fascinating shot of long-gone industrial activity, well observed. The sheep in the foreground illustrate nicely how everything goes back to nature in time.

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