Britain Goes Back to Bronze Age With Plans to Revive Tin MiningBy and
Miner seeks tin in region known for metal since ancient times
South Crofty closed in 1998, ending Cornwall’s tin production
A half mile shaft of filthy water dug into the granite that forms the southernmost tip of England separates Richard Williams from his dream of bringing back mining to a region known for its tin since before Roman times.
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