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Pedn-An-Drea Chimney Stack

A Grade II Listed Building in Redruth, Cornwall

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Latitude: 50.2334 / 50°14'0"N

Longitude: -5.2233 / 5°13'23"W

OS Eastings: 170227

OS Northings: 42013

OS Grid: SW702420

Mapcode National: GBR Z3.DK04

Mapcode Global: VH12K.FD0F

Plus Code: 9C2P6QMG+8M

Entry Name: Pedn-An-Drea Chimney Stack

Listing Date: 3 May 1978

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1142563

English Heritage Legacy ID: 66844

Location: Redruth, Cornwall, TR15

County: Cornwall

Civil Parish: Redruth

Built-Up Area: Redruth

Traditional County: Cornwall

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cornwall

Church of England Parish: Redruth

Church of England Diocese: Truro

Tagged with: Chimney

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6/284 Pedn-an-drea Chimney Stack
Chimney stack to former tin mine. Said to be c.1824, built by Arthur Woolf
for re-working of Pedn-an-drea Mine. Uncoursed killas (?) rubble with
granite dressings. Circular plan. Four sections, successively set back and
each capped by a dressed granite ring (lower half now ivy covered). Said to
have had 8 sections originally, one known to have been removed in 1891 and
two others in 1936. Very prominent landmark in the town.

Listing NGR: SW7022742013

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