It is preserved by the National Trust.
Below the stamping houses is Towanroath Pumping Engine House built in 1872.
Towanroath was used to pump water from the adjacent 600 ft Towanroath shaft.
Sea Thrift is in flower.
Wheal is Cornish for 'place of work'.
Stamps and whim engine house above Towanroath.
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