Wheal Betsy Photos
15 photos of Wheal Betsy, Dartmoor
Wheal Betsy is a ruined silver and lead mine on the west edge of Dartmoor. Wheal Betsy is on open access moorland and is a short walking distance from the A386 road. Take the A386 road from Tavistock and a few miles north of Mary Tavy, there is a small layby at left. Opposite the layby is a gate onto open moorland and there is a path down to Wheal Betsy.
Wheal Betsy Photos Copyright Simon Lewis
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A set of 15 photos of Wheal Betsy photographed on 09 August 2020
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