Fluorite from the Rogerley Mine, Weardale, Northern England.
Penetration-twinned fluorite crystals from the Bluebirds Pocket no. 2, August 2015.
The Rogerley Mine is located in the historic Weardale mining District of Northern England. First discovered by Lindsay Greenbank and Mike Sutcliffe in the early 1970's, it is to date, the only mine in all of Britian to be worked on a commercial scale solely for the recovery of crystallized mineral specimens. Since the summer of 1999, UK Mining Ventures has operated the Rogerley Mine on a seasonal basis, producing many fine, well crystallized specimens of green fluorite.
If you are interested in learning more about the Rogerley Mine, the history and geology of the Weardale area, or obtaining specimens from the mine, please check out the rest of this site.
A nice spring day along the road to Langdon Beck.
New flats posted to the Wholesale Page on February 28, 2016.
New Rogerley specimens posted to the Retail Page on February 29, 2016.
Live and direct from Weardale - the 2015 Daily Reports: What's New?
New Fluorite specimens posted: Worldwide on March 28, 2015.
Summer 2012 - the story of The Weardale Giant
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All text and photographs copyright 2015, by Jesse Fisher, unless otherwise noted. Contact: jfish@UKMiningVentures.com