Our Projects - Kenidjack Valley dressing floor

9 This project is at a site consisting of the remains of a 19th century dressing floor adjacent to the Kenidjack Stream in St. Just. Sections of the granite walling revetting the dressing floor adjacent to the stream had begun to collapse, which, if left unchecked, would significantly affect this otherwise fairly well-preserved and accessible site. A scheme of works was implemented to re-build the failing sections of walling to safeguard the site and enable continued access to it. Historic Environment Projects were asked to provide a suitably detailed pre-works record of this part of the Wheal Call site. In addition, the wider context for the affected wall was recorded, and surveys undertaken of the nearby arsenic calciner and stamps engine house.

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Feb. 27, 2013
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Kenidjack Valley dressing floor

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