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Mining Sites in Cornwall – Volume 2. Barry Atkinson (1994).

Page 12. – Hayle & Camborne.

D. 1815 – 1888.
L. ¾ mile S of Hayle. SW 561362.
M/O. 66,400 tons of copper; 80 tons tin.
S. Some old dumps from this once rich copper producer still lie in a field to the east of the B3302 into Hayle.

Wheal Ann (West Alfred Consuls).
D. 1805 – 1865.
L. ¾ mile S E of Hayle. SW 566364.
M/O. 9,100 tons copper, some lead.
S. A few remaining burrows can be seen south of Halankene from one of the numerous mines in the area that incorporated the name ‘Alfred’ in their title.

Name of Mine – alternative title in brackets.
D. Chief periods of operations.
L. Location with Grid Reference number; 2½ Ordnance Survey.
M/O. Mineral Output.
S. A description of the site as it appears today.