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China Clay Country Park

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Exhibit at the China Clay Country Park In Cornwall.
Exhibit at the China Clay Country Park In Cornwall.
Exhibit at the China Clay Country Park In Cornwall. Waterwheel made by Charlestown Foundry
Exhibit at the China Clay Country Park In Cornwall.
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Information board at the China Clay Country Park In Cornwall.
Information board.


Formerly known as the Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum, at Carthew, near St Austell, Cornwall, PL26 8XG.

Indoor and open air exhibits showing the uses of china clay and the stages in its processing, with examples of the type of machinery used, including working water wheels. Other exhibits include a locomotive, vehicles, stationary engines, machine tools, etc.


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