Thesaurus Term/Concept: CONDENSING FLUE

Identifier 69218
Status Preferred
Index? Yes
Scope Note A stone channel sunk into the ground, employed from the mid-19th century, to carry away gases produced during smelting.

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Context Record
Monument Type MDR3843 Alport Smelt Mill, 157m north-north-east of The Mill, Harthill (Site)
Monument Type MDR2381 Bradwell Slag Works, north-east of Newell Nook Farm, Bradwell (Monument)
Monument Type MDR9600 Cowhay (later Lea) Lead Works (site of), Lea (Monument)
Monument Type MDR1413 Flue and Chimney, Mandale Mine, Lathkilldale (Monument)
Monument Type MDR2397 Former lead works, Brough, Brough and Shatton (Monument)
Monument Type MDR1863 High Rake and Washers Rake, Windmill, Little Hucklow (Monument)
Monument Type MDR11283 Lead Mining Remains, Dunsley Mill Meadows, Cromford (Monument)
Monument Type MDR4845 Meerbrook Lead Works (site of) and adjacent quarries, Wirksworth and Alderwasley (Monument)
Monument Type MDR12037 Upper Cupola lead smelting works (site of), Middleton Dale, Stoney Middleton (Monument)
Monument Type MDR3161 Via Gellia Colour Works, Middleton (Building)