HISTORY REBUILT

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Nenthead Mines 

This remote valley is covered by the remains of the lead and zinc mining industry in the North Pennines, including mine entrances, watercourses, dressing-floors and buildings.  The site is famous for its geology and is notable for rare lichens and plants growing on the metal-rich mine dumps. Most of the valley is a Scheduled Ancient Monument.

The project was to create a 3d model as reference to all the various ruins and points of interest to be seen along the entire valley.
Planned for a new visitors carpark, this image will be marked up and printed onto an information board.

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