14 Useful web-sites

 King Edward Mine Museum.   
Poldark one of Cornwall’s most important heritage sites. Situated in the picturesque Wendron Valley, once the scene of intense industrial activity, the site’s attractive surroundings and gardens belie its industrial past. Poldark Mine is situated 2 miles from Helston on the B3297 to Redruth - Follow the Brown Signs. By Bus from Redruth, Truro and Helston


Welcome to this website devoted to the Cornish in Latin America


Mining History Net Work.
I.A. Recordings. A voluntary group recording British Industry for posterity, includes Cornish Mines.
The National Association of Mining History Organization.
Cornwall RIGS Group The group involved with identifying and conserving regional important geological/geomorphologic sites 
Mining History Network
I.O.M. (Laxey) Mines Research Group.

Levant Mine An independent resource providing information about one of Cornwall's most famous mines http://freespace.virgin.net/levant.mine/

Geevor Mine Geevor mine and Heritage Centre.

Cornwall Gen Web A progressive homepage which promotes Cornwall and its Mining Heritage. http://www.rootsweb.com/~engcornw/

Cornish Mining World Heritage Site.  
Trevithick Society.
Moss Engineering. Engineering business run by Roger Moss a member of C.B.M.S. and a keen supporter of K.E.M. who have  manufacture obsolete parts for K.E.M. Roger is also a keen Scott Motorcycle enthusiast. Links from his web site to Scott Owners Club which is very interesting. 
 Mines of Sardinia
Europe Regional Directory.  Information on the countries of Europe and much more. A web-site well worth checking out.
www.higgsoldminestats.com This web site is intended for those interested in the practical aspects of mining before the days of machine drilling and high explosives. At present it is confined to records of mining at Wheal Agar in the 1850's .

The North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers was established in 1852 in Newcastle to look at the safety of mining and to establish a literary institution. Today the Institute houses the most comprehensive mining and mechanical engineering library in the world and works to publicise mining and mechanical engineering through education, the young engineers programme and the preservation of historically important works.     http://www.mininginstitute.org.uk/

http://www.balmaiden.co.uk/     Welcome to this Bal Maidens and Mining Women website, exploring the many different roles which women and girls have undertaken at mines around the world.

http://www.geologistsassociation.org.uk/ The Geologists Assocation is strongly committed to encouraging “Geology For All”. We recognize the contributions of amateur and professional earth scientists through the award of medals and prizes and are actively engaged in the public dissemination of science and diverse outreach initiatives.