Tag:historic=mine

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Description
Location of abandoned underground mine workings for minerals such as coal or lead.
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysshould not be used on areasuse on relations unspecified
Useful combination
Wikidata
Status: draft

Experimental industrial archeaology tag, not part of Map Features.

Location of abandoned underground mine workings for minerals such as coal or lead.

How to Map

Add historic=mine to a node. The name of the mine and the main mineral(s) mined can also be added if known.

Examples

Simple example:

historic=mine
name=Shilton Colliery


Or you can expand with more information to help eventual set up a gazateer of world mine locations:

historic=mine
name=Green How Hill
mineral=lead;silver
description=Lead and previously silver has mined here since Roman times
wikipedia=en:Greenhow

Associated Tags

  • Where the sites of individual vertical shafts are known, you can additionally map then with historic=mine_shaft
  • Where the sites of individual horizontal adits are known, you can additionally map then with historic=mine_adit
  • Where a spoil heap can be clearly seen, for example on Bing imagery, you can outline it with man_made=spoil_heap[1]
  • An area of (indistinct) shafts, spoil-heaps etc might be mapped with an area historic=archaeological_site

References