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MONUMENT NO. 1446242

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Site of a possible post Medieval tin mill situated within the Claziwell Openwork. Fieldwork in 2006 located faint traces of walling and a hollow representing a possible wheelpit, terraced into the foot of the steep eastern escarpment of the openwork. A low revetment wall at the back of the terrace is 3.2m long by 0.4m high and the irregular terrace is 3.7m long. The possible wheelpit is on the south end of the terrace. It comprises a heavily silted rectangular pit of 0.8m wide by 4m long with masonry defining the north edge.

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