All Staff, volunteers and friends of the museum who kindly gave of their time to model and assist at Magpie Mine, The Museum and Temple Mine
Karl Barton for photographic assistance at the Museum and Temple Mine
Copy and editorial: Laura Smith
Marketing: Lynn Allison
The old (2013) website: Impression Engineering (The current site retains much of the styling, text and images but was re-engineered in 2020 to use a better underlying technology).
Website re-engineered 2020 Rob at LaserTechnik.co.uk
Web Hosting: a lot of effort went into identifying the best web hosting service for our needs. If you need hosting too please use this link . We’ll get a small reward and you will get what we assess to be the best value WordPress hosting service. By the way, pay for 36 months to get approx. 3 years for the price of one.
Design and photography: Mark Titterton
Images © 2013 Mark Titterton
browse collection / Moving Minerals / Kibble & Stowes Barrel © 2013 PDLM
browse collection / Processing Items / measuring dish & roller crusher © 2013 PDLM
browse collection / Pumping / water pressure pumping engine © 2013 Karl Barton
browse collection / Pumping / pump clack valve © 2013 PDLM
browse collection / Photos and Documents / All © 2013 PDLM
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