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Unique ID Number: DRG_NT_5_1 CRO Acc 7160
Description: Engineering drawing of National Trust property at Levant Mine St Just showing proposed new building to house the boiler, drawn by John Dalton and David Terry, Architects, May 1990
Record Number: 753356

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Subject: Estates management, engineering drawing

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Type:

Drawing
Creator: John Dalton and David Terry
Format: TIFF
Source:
Date: 1990-05
Coverage: Cornwall, Penwith, Levant, Steam
Publisher: Trevithick Society
Contributor:
Rights: National Trust and John Dalton and David Terry
Relation: Photo album of construction, TS_1998_0290_001-076
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