Hullo Malcolm, Your gallery of Cornish Industrial Heritage is excellent. The Granite Tramway has a good write up here - http://www.9fairfield.eclipse.co.uk/haytor/haytorone.html
And of course he knows it!!!
I suspect it won't be long although it's in a tricky location. Regards Malcolm.
The wheel works a system of flat rods and cables transmitting the movement created by the wheel to the pump. It was erected on this site in 1902 and restored in 1976.
The shaft is fitted with an early form of "bat castle".
View looking south west from Marriott's Engine House towards Pascoe's Winder and Pumping engine Houses.
The cottage in Penponds where the great engineer Richard Trevithick lived. Now a National Trust property.
The only extant remains of the mine.
Nice photo. Pascoe's Pumping Engine House, South Wheal Frances Mine.