Title: ‘A sketch of a section of Wheal Unity Tin Mine in Devonshire’

Creator: Possibly John Taylor (1779-1863)

Description: Manuscript drawing of a geological section of the Wheal Unity Tin Mine, Devonshire, showing the location of shafts, machinery and processing plant.

John Taylor, who was a mining manager and entrepreneur, managed a number of mines in southwest of England, including the Wheal Friendship, Wheal Betsey and Wheal Mary.

Date: [c.1815]

Format: Ink on paper, sectioned and mounted onto linen.

Archive reference: LDGSL/403

Image reference: 08-09

Recommended print size: Up to 70 x 50cm

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