Wheal Jewell Photos
25 photos of Wheal Jewell Reservoir, Dartmoor
Wheal Jewell reservoir is an unusual narrow reservoir on the west edge of Dartmoor. The reservoir was built in 1937 and feeds a nearby power station. From Wheal Jewell there are fine views looking across the west of Dartmoor. The reservoir is on open access moorland about 1-2 miles from Mary Tavy on the A386 road. On the A386 after the Wheal Betsy mine there is a small layby by the road for parking and Wheal Jewell is about 30 minutes walking.
Wheal Jewell Photos Copyright Simon Lewis
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A set of 25 photos of Wheal Jewell Reservoir photographed on 22 August 2023
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