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Driggith Mine

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UK / England / Cumbria Co. / Allerdale, District / Caldbeck, Parish / Caldbeck Fells / Driggith Mine

Fund­s­tel­len­typ

Bergwerk (aufgelassen/alt)

Geo­lo­gie

Pb-Sb-Vererzungen.

GPS-Ko­or­di­na­ten

Driggith Mine (1), Driggith Mine (2), Driggith Mines



Driggith Mine (1)

WGS 84: 
Lat.: 54,7086505° N, 
Long: 3,04525706° W
WGS 84: 
Lat.: 54° 42' 31,142" N,
   Long: 3° 2' 42,925" W
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Driggith Mine (2)

WGS 84: 
Lat.: 54,70861025° N, 
Long: 3,04991225° W
WGS 84: 
Lat.: 54° 42' 30,997" N,
   Long: 3° 2' 59,684" W
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Driggith Mines

WGS 84: 
Lat.: 54,70780425° N, 
Long: 3,04438167° W
WGS 84: 
Lat.: 54° 42' 28,095" N,
   Long: 3° 2' 39,774" W
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Verkürzte Pfadangabe

⚒ Driggith, Caldbeck Fells, Caldbeck, Allerdale, Cumbria Co., England, UK
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Mineralien (Anzahl: 87)

Mineralbilder (8 Bilder gesamt)

Mimetesit
Aufrufe (Bild: 1270662830): 399
Mimetesit

Bildbreite: ca. 3 cm, Fundort: Driggith Mine, Caldbeck Fells, Cumberland, Cumbria, England, UK.

Copyright: Dan Weinrich
Beitrag: thdun5 2010-04-07
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Mimetesit
Aufrufe (Bild: 1394810700): 360
Mimetesit

gelbe Mimetesit xx auf Quarz und Baryt; Driggith Mine, Fells Caldbeck, Allerdale, Cumbria Co., England, UK; Bildbreite: 2,8 cm

Sammlung: chribiedav
Copyright: chribiedav
Beitrag: chribiedav 2014-03-14
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Pyromorphit
Aufrufe (Bild: 1260460489): 450
Pyromorphit

FO: Driggith Mine, England; Bildausschnitt 3x2 cm

Sammlung: rtbstone
Copyright: rtbstone
Beitrag: rtbstone 2009-12-10
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Gesteine (Anzahl: 1)

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Referenz- und Quellangaben, Literatur

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